Post by leafsfan7524 on Mar 5, 2008 18:42:24 GMT -5
I want to see your other ones....
Thanks bec - well if you're looking forward to PJ you might like these...I've kind of been hooked on PJ posters the last few years. If not well...
Gonna reframe the last one pretty soon..looks pretty boring with no matte.
I have the same lime green dave poster in my office at work right now!
Cool did you go to the show? That is right up there with one of my favorite DMB shows...the setlist still makes me drool.
Don’t Drink the Water #41 Granny Louisiana Bayou * Crash Hunger For The Great Light * Seek Up Grey Street Old Dirt Hill + All Along The Watchtower + Dream Girl Stand Up Crush Don’t Burn The Pig Stay * _____________ Christmas Song Ants Marching
Post by trippindaisy on Mar 5, 2008 18:48:34 GMT -5
I have the same Roo poster in a black frame with black matt hanging above my desk in our computer room. I ordered mine online after Roo - it cost around $35 I think.......The frame was $20 and the matt was around $25 at Michaels. I love it also
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The Pearl Jam w/ the Statue of Liberty is one of my favs. I have the Uniondale (which was also one of my fav shows because of Bu$hleaguer) I had such a great time at that show, a standout for me. Anyway the poster is right up in front and center so I see it everyday!
I'll be looking forward to the Roo poster this year.
Post by HoodooOperator on Mar 12, 2008 19:29:18 GMT -5
I've got a bunch of great posters, there is a thread hiding somewhere that alot of people posted their collections as well. Anywho, too lazy to search. Also, my brother has some GREAT Bonnaroo posters, I personally dig the Slater piece from 05, amazingness! Sam has a trio from 04-05-06 on his mantle of his fireplace, those are awesome too. (hint, hint, Sam pictures, stat!)
Post by HoodooOperator on Mar 12, 2008 19:42:07 GMT -5
May I ask where you had it framed? I have a few that I'd like to have done , and it looks like they did a nice job
my best expierience has been with Hobby Lobby, the "custom" framing is spendy-er, but if you do it yourself, you can usually get a print framed (frame, matting) for under 50 bones (or clams, whatever you call them Lebowski)
i have this poster framed at home too... my poker room is framed with music posters just like this... i've been to 15 DMB shows and i've never really seen a poster i was in love with, i did like the one at charlottesville 2006 with Jefferson riding a gorilla or something like that...