I Came To Know An Archer 09 Danger

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Sat Sep 12, 2009 8:48 am

Love this one. I'd like to see some different colours as well.
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Sat Sep 12, 2009 10:06 am

machination wrote:Love this one. I'd like to see some different colours as well.
I missed his use of blue. Seems like forever since we got a classic blue piece from DD.
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GTMaus wrote:
machination wrote:Love this one. I'd like to see some different colours as well.
I missed his use of blue. Seems like forever since we got a classic blue piece from DD.
That's true. His paintings earlier this year used blue quite well. I was just thinking that a red or a black would make it more menacing.
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machination wrote:
GTMaus wrote:
machination wrote:Love this one. I'd like to see some different colours as well.
I missed his use of blue. Seems like forever since we got a classic blue piece from DD.
That's true. His paintings earlier this year used blue quite well. I was just thinking that a red or a black would make it more menacing.
Very true, didn't think of it that way. This one to me has the same feel as some of DD's classics, so I thought the blue fit it perfectly.
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Sat Sep 12, 2009 1:02 pm

I like the blue and black. The problem is that sometimes when I get them framed and up on the wall, they are so dark that the images lose something. For example, his String Cheese print.
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stereoface wrote:I like the blue and black. The problem is that sometimes when I get them framed and up on the wall, they are so dark that the images lose something. For example, his String Cheese print.
Like this one:
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Although, it's one my favourite prints by Danger.
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machination wrote:
stereoface wrote:I like the blue and black. The problem is that sometimes when I get them framed and up on the wall, they are so dark that the images lose something. For example, his String Cheese print.
Like this one:
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Although, it's one my favourite prints by Danger.
That is exactly what I am talking about. It has actually kept me from purchasing some Dangers. Right now I have his Walkmen, Planes Mistaken for Stars, and String Cheese Incident framed on the wall. Although I am in Chicago and love the SCI image, I definitely prefer the other prints because I can actually see them.
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Sat Sep 12, 2009 6:10 pm

Try and see them in person before writing them off. Never trust a jpeg.

And for what it's worth, Daniel's most popular print from the last year or so was "Whatever the Hell..." and that's blue/dark.
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mistersmith wrote:Try and see them in person before writing them off. Never trust a jpeg.

And for what it's worth, Daniel's most popular print from the last year or so was "Whatever the Hell..." and that's blue/dark.
I am not trying to criticize DD's work. To the contrary, I am a big fan of his. I have also seen most of his work in person as recently as Flatstock in Chicago. My only point is that I wish the black and blue was easier to see when I hang it up in my room.
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Sun Oct 11, 2009 6:13 pm

so is there any difference between the artist and g1988 editions? are they numbered separately?
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shyofnormal wrote:so is there any difference between the artist and g1988 editions? are they numbered separately?
since the gallery claimed theirs are 3rd out of 15, I think it's a safe bet.
possible that Daniel's wont be hand embelished?
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shyofnormal wrote:so is there any difference between the artist and g1988 editions? are they numbered separately?
no. yes.
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