Bring back gigposters

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Rick_a_c
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Sun May 01, 2016 4:35 pm

Ah, Sonny Boy Slim ... :clap:
I always defer to someone who's wearing a beater, regardless of what else he's wearing.
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ErocAfellar wrote:Once you start buying art for the image and not the perceived value, it becomes more fun and less stressful.
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ErocAfellar wrote:Once you start buying art for the image and not the perceived value, it becomes more fun and less stressful.
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Wed May 04, 2016 3:22 pm

phishstix101 wrote:Who made the Gary Clark print Tim? Nice pickups!!
Just stumbled across the print online. It was done by Kii Arens.

http://lalalandprints.com/
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Wed May 04, 2016 3:30 pm

ZoSoTim wrote:
phishstix101 wrote:Who made the Gary Clark print Tim? Nice pickups!!
Just stumbled across the print online. It was done by Kii Arens.

http://lalalandprints.com/
Thanks!
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Wed May 04, 2016 8:50 pm

jools wrote:new Mollie Tuggle for Thurston Moore is pretty cool, but ugh Levitation packing to contend with :roll: hopefully she'll have some AP's

there's a Lee Ranaldo too, shame they werent more of a diptych kinda thing though
Mollie has some AP's :clap:
http://www.mollietuggle.com/#!store/c1258
"Just because you have Illustrator doesn't mean you are one." - VonDada
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Sat May 07, 2016 8:43 am

Forgive me for double posting this one [found my Grail topic] but love the gigposter topic and it was my Grail

Finally landed this '00 Aesthetic Apparatus poster.
10+ years it took me and now I can sit back, relax and enjoy this little gem :notworthy:

11x17 on thin paper.
Maximum of about 30 made and most were used for publicity.

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Sat May 07, 2016 8:56 am

HLB98 wrote:Finally landed this '00 Aesthetic Apparatus poster.
10+ years it took me and now I can sit back, relax and enjoy this little gem :notworthy:

11x17 on thin paper.
Maximum of about 30 made and most were used for publicity.

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That's an awesome find, well done.
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Sat May 07, 2016 9:35 am

Congrats HLB!
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HLB98 wrote:Forgive me for double posting this one [found my Grail topic] but love the gigposter topic and it was my Grail

Finally landed this '00 Aesthetic Apparatus poster.
10+ years it took me and now I can sit back, relax and enjoy this little gem :notworthy:
awesome...i have a lot of early ws gig'rs and never saw this before - even when AA had their archive on the site. looks like a nod to Jim and Connie at PM. this would go to #1 in my framing queue...and i don't even have a framing queue!
THC x 8
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Sun May 08, 2016 4:32 pm

gordo55 wrote: awesome...i have a lot of early ws gig'rs and never saw this before - even when AA had their archive on the site. looks like a nod to Jim and Connie at PM. this would go to #1 in my framing queue...and i don't even have a framing queue!
Thanks guys.
I'm over the moon with this poster 'cause to me it looks just like the White Stripes sounded back in the early days.
AA "cut, pasted and destroyed it" :wink:
Now I'm ready for the next "quest"
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Sun May 08, 2016 4:42 pm

HLB98 wrote:
gordo55 wrote: awesome...i have a lot of early ws gig'rs and never saw this before - even when AA had their archive on the site. looks like a nod to Jim and Connie at PM. this would go to #1 in my framing queue...and i don't even have a framing queue!
Thanks guys.
I'm over the moon with this poster 'cause to me it looks just like the White Stripes sounded back in the early days.
AA "cut, pasted and destroyed it" :wink:
Now I'm ready for the next "quest"
congrats, man! I really hope this stuff is treasured and valued 50 years down the line like the 60 era stuff is now.
fantastic score!
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Mon May 23, 2016 3:22 pm

Just found out this was a thing. I was so mad since I went to this show and checked merch to see if they had a print. But this was /75 and sold out quickly apparently. Though I was able to message the artist directly and he had an extra lying around. So excited to frame this!

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Tue May 24, 2016 11:59 am

Got back a couple weeks ago from my yearly trip to the UK for Desertfest. Snagged a few prints while over there, all currently at the framers and I should have them back at the end of June/beginning of July

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Sat May 28, 2016 10:53 pm

Radiohead's print for Primavera
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