Sunday, July 31, 2005
Saturday, July 30, 2005
jenni's signage ideas. also, she made comments on each of the "blue" designs. also included here are my feet.
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MISSING-- HAVE YOU SEEN THIS PERSON??? goes by "killah", used to play blues, drink wild turkey, hang at label. don't let the flattering picture fool you--he's a truly sinister character (operates canada's only kitten smashing factory). if you see him, tell him there's a warm drum kit waiting at the label...
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round two of the planting show is soon to come... and may be visiting a gallery near you quite soon (TO? MTL?)
Posted by l-blizzard at 8:41 a.m.
ah yes... the countourists. when will these three meet again? in thunder lightning or in rain? when the hurlyburly's done? when the battle's lost and won? IT'S TIME FOR A COUNTOURISTS SHOW!!! (by the pricking at my thumbs, something countour this way comes)
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If i die of vanity promise me promise me if they bury me someplace i don't wanna be/ you'll dig me up and transport me/ unceremoniously/ away from this swollen city breeze/ garbage trees/ whispers of disease acts of enormity/ lower me slowly and sadly and properly/ get ry cooder to sing my eulogy! -- gord downie ("at the hundredth meridian)
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Friday, July 29, 2005
So these are some shots I took from the alley of the Label, two different days and two different times of day. Camera 1, camera 2, camera1, camera 2. Sorry it ain't haystacks
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Thursday, July 28, 2005
Wednesday, July 27, 2005
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Tuesday, July 26, 2005
Hello fellow labellers, I put a little drawing together of the front of the building, with a few color combos. I know you're all photoshoppers, so feel free to give it a try with your own color suggestions. I find that whenever I work on a design like this the first thing I do is draw it as it is, so here it is! and now the fun part of color selection begins. Frosted glass is in, maybe for the color of the plastic? Hmmmm, bonne chance!
Posted by J C at 9:26 p.m.