More than just a number: Artist Signatures on Posters

General art-related discussion.
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earlgreytoast
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Sun Mar 09, 2014 1:48 pm

schmoff wrote:
summoner wrote:I see this more with Mondo than anyone really. Mondo wants to pump out the prints, and having D&L ship to the artist, have them sign, and then ship to Mondo just takes too much time. It's a shame really.

And I am 100% for prints always being signed by the artist. It really does add to the print, and makes you feel like the artist actually had a hand in the printing process.
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Sun Mar 09, 2014 2:02 pm

Olly wrote:As a collector, I don't really care. As an artist, I try to sign wherever it's feasible.
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Sun Mar 09, 2014 2:04 pm

Vedderman23 wrote:
IWish wrote:The definition of AP has taken on a new meaning these days, too.
Very true. A lot of newer members need to do some research to see if they are actually getting an AP or just a print that was part of the regular edition and being sold by the artist. BIG difference in most cases.
Especially with Horkey. If you got it through P&T, then it's NOT an AP.
People who collect mainly Mondo assume that the presence of a signature means it's an AP. Not so.
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