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By Bezulsqy
#130261
inksb wrote: Wed Aug 05, 2020 3:33 pm Not a clue. My wife looked into it years ago but I can't remember if she came up with anything or not. I should dig through the extra pages and see if there is an artist listed.
If this page is anything to go by some of the artists appear to be German:

46 x 10 cm. 26 unpaginierte Blatt. Abreisskalender. Ohne die Kordelhaltung, sonst sehr gutes Exemplar. Mit Nonsens - Versen von Wolfgang Bächler und Grafiken u.a. von Heinz Balthes, Anthony Canham, Klaus Endrikat, Axel Hertenstein, Bernard Schultze etc. [Vgl. Reske 350]. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 12131AB

https://www.zvab.com/schönrer-Tod-diese ... 2305217/bd
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By tim28212
#133965
finally put my Alien poster in a frame. Now to find a place to hang it. Most likely it will end up in my office at work where Jaws it surrenly residing
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By static14
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By tim28212
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Thanks everyone! I've had this poster tucked away for well over ten years so it feels really good to finally be able to display it.
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By ScoJo
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tim28212 wrote: Sat Jan 09, 2021 7:37 pm finally put my Alien poster in a frame. Now to find a place to hang it. Most likely it will end up in my office at work where Jaws it surrenly residing
Oof!
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By ScoJo
#134227
Have been meaning to swap out my posters for ages, and this one has been neglected sat in a tube for waaay too long. I once tried to sell it in an era of fiduciary desperation, but was thankfully lowballed with offers so decided 'fuck off, I'm keeping it!'

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UK quad poster - the 'from Alan Dean Foster' is a really quirky touch... suggests that he was the only person remotely connected to the film (film tie in author) who had any name recognition at all! Haha...
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By tim28212
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ScoJo wrote: Fri Jan 15, 2021 2:47 pm Have been meaning to swap out my posters for ages, and this one has been neglected sat in a tube for waaay too long. I once tried to sell it in an era of fiduciary desperation, but was thankfully lowballed with offers so decided 'fuck off, I'm keeping it!'


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UK quad poster - the 'from Alan Dean Foster' is a really quirky touch... suggests that he was the only person remotely connected to the film (film tie in) who had any name recognition at all! Haha...
Nice!
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By Mateo Sanboval
#134234
The Alan Dean Foster? Wow. That's big time.
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Now everyone go read Codgerspace.
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By Mateo Sanboval
#134272
ScoJo wrote: Fri Jan 15, 2021 5:38 pm And somebody pay him his goddam royalties while you're at it
Hear effing hear.
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By The Cult Leader
#134275
I just recently moved cross country and finally am starting to get settled in. A lot of my art is still not on my walls yet, but I was able to get a few up this week.

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By ScoJo
#134285
Third Man and Godzilla look like Francavilla?
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By Mateo Sanboval
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Cult, beautiful stuff. Third Man and The Sandlot are my faves. Francavilla is probably one of only two or three comic artists who I make sure to always buy. Lovely work. Also, congrats on a successful move during a pandemic. That's no small task. Where'd you end up?
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By The Cult Leader
#134307
Mateo Sanboval wrote: Sat Jan 16, 2021 6:52 pm Cult, beautiful stuff. Third Man and The Sandlot are my faves. Francavilla is probably one of only two or three comic artists who I make sure to always buy. Lovely work. Also, congrats on a successful move during a pandemic. That's no small task. Where'd you end up?
Thanks Mateo! It was a crazy year to say the least. A move from NYC to Seattle is already kind of tough, getting my entire collection over wasn't easy or cheap lol, but somehow I managed to do it without breaking anything.

I think all those years of hauling boxes of records from TX to NY helped. Hatter313 can attest to my skills smuggling records across state lines 😅
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By static14
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Some truly Amazing stuff in this thread. I have a number of posters, but not many of them are framed. Most stored in a couple of tubes and a few foam core mounted from my college days.