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Discussion in 'Hand Made Signs' started by Doug Allan, Feb 2, 2018.
in case some of you hadn't seen this:
Hipster Culture and Instagram Are Responsible for a Good Thing
Here's one of the last big spectaculars I painted in NYC, circa 1996, just before tobacco ads were banned. That's me and my partner Javier on the scaffold upper right. Two guys, 11000 SF, 52 days. NO POUNCE PATTERNS!
I worked as a Union Pictorial Journeyman for most of 20 years before the incursion of vinyl and mesh.
Definitely pre-21st century hipster culture.
PS The Art Director didn't like her knee.
When I first started doing signs in 1993 we walldogged for a few years before my boss gave up on it. We did some painted pictorial billboards of horses for an equine supply company that I wish I had photos of now. A kids "tunnel town" arcade place still has a big pictorial we did on their corrugated metal wall.
An admirable effort to say the least but I have to agree with the art director. Those are not sexy knees.
Those are smokers knees!