General art-related discussion.
With something like 40-60k fans attending in each city, I'm sure the run of 1st edition posters was 4 times the usual production.ajaxbro wrote:Been thinking about the increase of qty allowed for AP sales. What are the chances that PJ gave over their 10c allotment to the artists to sell instead?
Fenway and Wrigley up'd their AP sales from the typical 100 to 400 (Reg/Var combined)
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hopefully the 10c puts the wrigley boots up pretty soon...still waiting for a board recording of the '13 show. the timing woulda made that a much better vault release than that 98 LA show that we've all been listening to for years. weaksauce.
nice, mine is on it's way . . . hopefully sometime this week will be delivered.apalma27 wrote:Sweet photo book with the vault package.
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Hey Folks - Big release tomorrow! Dave Matthews Band Florida and my Pearl Jam Wrigley Field. The DMB poster is an 18x24 6 colour screenprint with an Artists edition of 75 and are $40 each. The Pearl Jam posters are both 12x36 6 colour screenprints - the regular has a metallic gold ink throughout, has an artists edition of 300 and is $50. The variant has metallic bronze throughout, has an artists edition of 100 and is $120. All 3 go up at 2pm central time (Wednesday in US) from www.postersandtoys.com. Cheers!
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