- Apr 2, 2009
General Poster Talk and Share your Latest Purchases!
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For some reason I read your original post wrong... I thought you meant it was a commission you'd done lol. Thanks for the artist's name though... I'll be sure to check them out!Jayson Weidel is the artist! He's still open for commissions, too. I have a three piece Fringe portrait set and a Heimdall painted commission on the list.
Mate... that's really good for your first attempt. Hell, it's even better than my tenth attempt! Although it's quite minimalist, you filled the space nicely without overcrowding, and the bubbles are a nice touch too. Keep it up dude! You'll be a pro in no time.
wow, thats awesome.. i dont even wanna think about how much one would have to pay for something like that nowadays lolLooks like you got a decent price. It's a beauty. I've got the variant, signed by John Carpenter from when he did his musical tour!
No.Do you think that poster has any kind of potential to grow in price? Since it's not U.S poster.
It also does have pin holes on the corners from previous owner.
Anyway, I have ordered 70cmx100cm frames for it, with plexiglass and non-acid background paper to protect it, plus some sealing tape to protect it from dust.
Only posters that grow in value really are original DS (double sided) 27x40 theatrical posters, quad posters (mostly only uk or eu like these) and the new modern era Screen Print posters. Then sometimes giclee's if the art is amazing, or well known artist etc.