Your "Holy $hit!" Tube - Opinions Wanted

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Wed Feb 03, 2010 2:23 pm

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Wed Feb 03, 2010 2:40 pm

Changes by the day and based on what I don't have...

Gig
Mouse/Kelly
Griffin
Hunter
Wood
Sperry


Art
Choe
Spusta
Hattori
McPherson
Hajime Namiki

So many more with a WOW factor or that would cause me to sh*t myself. (Keyes, Replete, Budai, Pardee, Moscoso, Crumb, Wilson, Hess & on & on)
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Wed Feb 03, 2010 7:26 pm

very diverse picks so far everyone!
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Wed Feb 03, 2010 7:34 pm

my first picks were artists that would really make me say 'holy fudge'. as for other choices for artists that i really love, not so much what would truly shock me like my first choices, i would say:

chet zar
cam de leon
alex pardee
alex grey
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Wed Feb 03, 2010 7:36 pm

In no particular order,

Conklin
MacLean
McCarthy
Deuce 7
edit: Stout - Sperry (tie)
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Wed Feb 03, 2010 7:40 pm

At the moment, I'd say:
Sperry
Pollock (really because I only have two of Jim's pieces - I'd be looking for a gig print here)
Munter
Mouse/Kelley
Moscoso


If you want to emphasize the $hit factor, then it's a whole different story...
Tra la la la la...
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Wed Feb 03, 2010 7:41 pm

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Munk One or Tidwell
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Wed Feb 03, 2010 7:44 pm

Yamar wrote: If you want to emphasize the $hit factor, then it's a whole different story...
Well, let's keep the $hit factor at a level where the contents of the tube would not be rare pieces worth thousands of dollars. :lol:
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Wed Feb 03, 2010 7:47 pm

lukin321 wrote:
Yamar wrote: If you want to emphasize the $hit factor, then it's a whole different story...
Well, let's keep the $hit factor at a level where the contents of the tube would not be rare pieces worth thousands of dollars. :lol:
well then you can toss my first response out the window, cuz that toob would be more like tens of thousands.
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Audrey Kawasaki
Chris Ware
Mat Daly
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lukin321 wrote:
Yamar wrote: If you want to emphasize the $hit factor, then it's a whole different story...
Well, let's keep the $hit factor at a level where the contents of the tube would not be rare pieces worth thousands of dollars. :lol:
Yeah, I mean, as much as we all love the artists we love, my Holy fudge tube would have five Warhols in it that I could sell for a few hundred million bucks. Pretty sure that isn't what lukin321 was asking about... :)
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Wed Feb 03, 2010 7:51 pm

lukin321 wrote:Well, let's keep the $hit factor at a level where the contents of the tube would not be rare pieces worth thousands of dollars. :lol:
In that case I'll relace a couple of mine:

Audrey Kawasaki
Chris Ware
Mat Daly
Jason Thielke
Jeremy Geddes
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Wed Feb 03, 2010 7:52 pm

greasy wrote:my first picks were artists that would really make me say 'holy fudge'. as for other choices for artists that i really love, not so much what would truly shock me like my first choices, i would say:

chet zar
cam de leon
alex pardee
alex grey
deuce or horkey - tie

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