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It’s officially done. I know it took only 9 months to get it finished. Let’s just say that I had to learn a lot about silkscreening during the process. Here’s what one of the final prints looks like.

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

19"W x 25"H 3 colors including a gloss scroll texture for the background

None of the 41 prints came out perfect, mainly because the gloss coat was out of registration to varying degrees. We did figure out the registration by the time we did the 3rd color though, so the next series of posters should be much better.

So, here’s the deal. I have 9 pretty good prints, 15 okay prints and 17 nice reminders of getting the registration right from the beginning. They’re all signed and numbered. (It’s okay to go ahead and laugh.) If you’d like a print, I’ll be happy to send you one for the cost of a mailing tube and postage. Or if you’re in the Dallas/Fort Worth area shoot me an email at tad@creativesquall.com and we can meet.

Check back soon for updates on the second quarter poster winners for Alice In Chains and Fugazi.

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