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D4N
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26 May 2013 16:32
krisricey wrote: Thats awesome. Screen print??
Yeah on French Speckletone Paper
Bennelli
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3461 posts since 25/5/11

26 May 2013 16:34
Mondo sells that Shelob print too (which is Cool ).

Got a fair few other as well, sell out quickly though.
Master
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2839 posts since 1/10/03

31 May 2013 12:56
In need of canvas printing service, cheap and need by next Wednesday, any recommendation?
Meatease
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366 posts since 22/7/11

3 Jun 2013 12:05
I have a stall at the Nobrow art fair Elcaf on the 22 June and will be selling my wares.
Should be a really good day if you about

TCB
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4776 posts since 5/7/11

14 Jun 2013 14:28
New mural going up by artist Dean Stockton (D*Face) on the side of my work's building, just off Commercial St

Trystero
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1633 posts since 1/8/07

14 Jun 2013 14:49
as if shoreditch wasn't covered in enough boring lichtenstein-lite pop art already…

it would be nice to see something a bit more inventive for a change
TCB
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4776 posts since 5/7/11

14 Jun 2013 15:05
Not a fan then Trystero? Laughing out loud

I'd rather it was there than not and that's coming from someone who isn't really into Lichtenstein to begin with.
TCB
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14 Jun 2013 15:05
by the way, there is a lot of good art in Hackney (and a lot of shit) you just need to know where to look.
gawkrodger
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7640 posts since 4/11/08

14 Jun 2013 15:09
maybe wrong thread but here are a few prints just dug out of one of the plan chests. ANyone interested in more info/buying one give me a shout



TCB
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4776 posts since 5/7/11

14 Jun 2013 15:18
Really like the first one man. What's the inspiration behind it? not this by any chance?

gawkrodger
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7640 posts since 4/11/08

14 Jun 2013 15:22
I'm not the artist, but the inspiration was the self-immolations in Tunisia at the start of the Arab Spring. Pretty large prints as well
TCB
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14 Jun 2013 15:24
Wow, a little heavier than a 70s slasher flick then. Looks great.
india
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5665 posts since 31/10/05

14 Jun 2013 15:45
george costanza is in the burning Smiling good film. was banned (not seen that poster/cover before).
TCB
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4776 posts since 5/7/11

14 Jun 2013 15:55
That's right, he is. He gets dealt with too Laughing out loud I remember watching it when I was a bit too young and it really stuck in my head. Watched it again a couple of years back expecting it to be awful and it was actually pretty good. Wish I could say the same for Stephen King's IT which dated horribly (bar Tim Curry's performance of course).
india
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5665 posts since 31/10/05

14 Jun 2013 15:58
i wrote a story a bit similar to it in english at school…using teachers names as victims. my parents got asked to come into school for a talk.
gawkrodger
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7640 posts since 4/11/08

14 Jun 2013 16:03
Laughing out loud
brodie
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6746 posts since 15/10/05

14 Jun 2013 16:03
Laughing out loud
TCB
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14 Jun 2013 16:37
Laughing out loud
San
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10493 posts since 14/11/05

14 Jun 2013 16:42
Laughing out loud
generic_guy
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9970 posts since 16/9/02

23 Jun 2013 22:44
Had a very arty weekend, checked out local college art show today, some really cool pieces.
Yesterday I volunteered at a local art show, a mix of invited artists, submissions from local amateurs and schools/charity groups.

Was a really good day, could have been busier though (I will be bigging up the next event for Reading heads).
Lots of interesting people, thought this chap might appeal to fuk in particular though:
http://www.dreamgrinder.co.uk/entry-wounds.html

Website doesn't really show off his work to its best advantage but I really liked it.
This series is based on famous film killings, a small (2mm section) of the original film poster, with bullet holes/stab wounds corresponding to the scenes and the characters names in the corner, each work came with the the bullet casings (same calibre the weapon in the film)