I am need of a concert poster. Specifically, I am looking for the 2003 Vans Warped Tour poster, either with no venue listed or from the Camden, NJ show. [more inside]
posted by Loto
on Feb 23, 2009 -
Where can I find this poster
from the movie 'Qui etes vous Polly Magoo?' without paying $900
? Also can you recomend any movie posters that have similar design (in terms of style)?
posted by barrakuda
on Dec 19, 2008 -
Anyone remember a website that had lots of old movie posters which I think were possibly from Russia but of American or western films? [more inside]
posted by aqueousdan
on Oct 26, 2008 -
What are the threadless-ish equivalent websites for posters, art objects, etc? [more inside]
posted by jhscott
on Sep 26, 2008 -
Desperately seeking illustrator to work in the 70s movie poster/Atari Cartridge artwork style for a magazine layout. Where are the new Bob Peaks? [more inside]
posted by Senor Cardgage
on Jun 25, 2008 -
How can I hang movie / music posters cheap, effectively, and in a stylish way? [more inside]
posted by Schuby
on Feb 26, 2008 -
What is the deal with sites like allposters.com, art.com, etc.? [more inside]
posted by jeb
on Dec 20, 2007 -
With the joyous event of the election of a Rudd Labor Government here in Australia, I'm thinking of commemorating the win by taking the front page of a few newspapers and turning them into one of those hard wood posters you can buy from some music stores and poster shops. I am reliably informed that this process is called 'poster boarding' and from the few places I've looked at who do it professionally, this is going to set me back anywhere between $100 to $300 per poster.
So I'm wondering if this is something I could do myself. If so, what do I need to buy, what do I need to do (a step by step process would be nice) and, importantly, how easy/hard will this be for a first-timer to do?
posted by Effigy2000
on Nov 25, 2007 -
My boyfriend got a cool promotion but he's keeping the same office so I want to celebrate by giving him a new framed poster. Please suggest some good places where I could order one online. (The poster, not the frame.) [more inside]
posted by CrazyLemonade
on Nov 12, 2007 -
Got myself a bunch of posters from the San Diego Comicon and realised only too late that I really don't have the space for them. [more inside]
posted by sweetlyvicious
on Aug 6, 2007 -
I have some jpeg images that I'd like to blow up and print on glossy paper to frame and hang in my room. Is the easiest/cheapest way to go to a local kinkos or copy shop with a usb or are there cheaper alternatives to printing poster sized prints online?
posted by nyu2
on Aug 1, 2007 -
Anyone know of any good large-format (5 foot by 3 foot poster) printers in the Portland, Oregon area? I've been burned by the wrath of Kinko's too many times and I need it within 48 hours. I know the right outfit could do it in just a few minutes, and I don't care what it costs. [more inside]
posted by mathowie
on May 22, 2007 -
Movie posters normally carry images that look hand-drawn
. Even 'real' landscapes
, or people
, are frequently represented in this style. Why do studios do this? And are these images really drawn by hand, or are they just photoshopped photos? [more inside]
posted by scrm
on Apr 25, 2007 -
Frame-wise (or not) what's the best way to display posters like these
(sized 12 x 18)?
I just bought three of them and it feels wrong just to put push pins through them.
posted by pealco
on Oct 27, 2006 -
William Eggleston, man I love this guy. I've been to a couple of exhibitions of his work in London and thought they were great. His use of colour in documenting the South is astonishing. Where can I buy posters of his work?
posted by tonylord
on Aug 17, 2006 -
On the London tube there are posters called "Above Ground" that show an above ground view of the route of the train you're riding in relation to various landmarks, museums, major streets, etc. Does anyone know if these posters can be viewed online somewhere? [more inside]
posted by gfrobe
on Jul 22, 2006 -
You know those posters put up en-mass on hoardings (the plywood around building sites and whatnot). There are some really cool
ones for a certian upcoming movie I've spotted around Toronto. How can I get my grubby little hands on these? It seems like with so many printed and put up, it shouldn't be hard. Just peeling them off the wall never works.
posted by Capn
on Mar 10, 2006 -
I am trying to remember the name of a free little Windows app that takes a .jpg as input, and supersizes it, splittling it into 8.5 x 11 (or whateve size) .pdf sheets.
posted by everichon
on Feb 3, 2006 -
Russian to English translation of some interesting communist posters from 1963. [more inside]
posted by kmel
on Jan 2, 2006 -
I want a single, large, 2-color silk-screened poster made. I have the artwork in a vector file. Is there a shop that does this sort of thing?
posted by rossmeissl
on Sep 20, 2005 -
We're looking for a cool poster of the periodic table. This
are considerations, but we'd rather have something more interesting. A poster of one of the early designs would be especially neato.
posted by frykitty
on Jul 3, 2005 -
Where can I get cheap 11"x17" poster frames? This size is really hard to find in shops, despite being a standard size for concert/theatre posters. The cheapest I've found in Toronto is CA$17 a piece, for a standard 2-inch pine bordered frame. Any reputable & cheap online stores? I'm looking to buy 10 frames.
posted by krunk
on Jan 31, 2005 -
I want a christmas present for myself. Specifically, a Hunter Thompson for Sheriff Poster
. It doesn't have to be an original, but I'd like it to be of decent enough quality to justify framing.
I found one on ebay for $150, but I haven't been that good this year. Any ideas about obtaining a reasonably (<$50) priced, decent-sized (bigger than 18" wide) version?
posted by jmevius
on Dec 21, 2004 -
After moving around some furniture, my one-room appartment has two large areas of empty wall, both about 2m by 2m (above the bed and the couch). While there's always posters and framed art, I'm looking for something that leaves a little less wall uncovered; I can't find any posters that approach those dimensions. The rasterbator
is nice, but I want something with a little more high-saturation colour. I'm currently toying with the idea of buying lots of film, music, fine art, etcetera posters and tessellating them, but this isn't cheap. Any better ideas? [more inside]
posted by fvw
on Oct 11, 2004 -
What is the best way to create a 6'x10' sign if a standard-resolution photo from the web is used as source material? [more inside]
posted by Eamon
on Oct 7, 2004 -
A geek with an internet connection, time to kill, and money to burn: it's a Good Thing. So I've spent the morning looking at cool maps
, interesting posters
, and timelines
. I'd love to look at more. Can you recommend sites with cool, geeky, information-packed maps and.or posters that would look good on a wall? I'd love to find a good historical timeline, for example. Help me fritter my life away!
posted by jdroth
on Jun 15, 2004 -
The other day I was looking at my dictionary. At the back is a diagram of linguistic geneaology. As in, Spanish comes from Latin comes from... Does anybody know where I could find a large poster version of this sort of thing? (More Inside) [more inside]
posted by shotsy
on Apr 5, 2004 -
4 or so years ago, Bacardi let people download poster size images of advertising online, and I used to print them out to be 5 feet tall by 4 feet wide. Where can I find bacardi (or alcohol related) images that can be printed into posters?
posted by Keyser Soze
on Mar 23, 2004 -