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    More CowbellMore Cowbell Posts: 175
    Basement #3 (and final submission).  Not a poster, obviously, but a nice cap to my framed Pearl Jam collection on display.  The same guy that framed most of my posters built this for me.  It hinges on the top with a lock on the bottom so you can remove the guitar if you want.  The guitar is mounted with two clear plastic clips that give it a floating look.  Hard to tell that from the photos, but if you look closely at the close up you can see the one plastic clip.  If you look even closer you can see the reflection of the Rome poster from my last post.  Thank you for indulging me a tour through my home Pearl Jam display.  Fin.


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    ST66483ST66483 Posts: 721
    Looks great!
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    VitalogensiaVitalogensia Posts: 1,978
    Yeah that's fucking awesome.
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    tschavtschav Posts: 2,811
    demetrios said:




    My god, that Chicago print is a personal grail but now... with that framing it's a whole other level of TAKE MY MONEY
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    shepshep Houston Posts: 5,661
    locked said:
    Forgive me if this is already been discussed. I’ve just gone down the wormhole for Tool poster collections . They have a new spin on poster collecting with something called “Remarques”. It’s where the original artist sells special poster, additions with doodles or added features that are not included in the original version. I’ve even seen individual fans. Send the original poster back to the artist for a specialized Remarque. Opens up a whole new world to this poster collection craze . Do any of the PJ posters ever get the Remarque treatment ?


    Of course the answer is yes...

    Several artists are notorious for this...

    Hampton in particular leaves these huge white borders where he'll do remarques.... 

    I have a pretty detailed one in my garage...

    it's wayyyy back in this thread somewhere...
    Houston, Texas... Believe it or not, there are 7 million people here... must be a couple of fans who'd love to see you play.
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    LoujoeLoujoe Posts: 8,398
    unframed kickin in my ey dadio I (don't) wanna go dowwwwnnn to the basement yah.

    Love this one

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    LoujoeLoujoe Posts: 8,398
    lovely
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    lockedlocked Boston Posts: 4,007
    To the folks who asked about that Tool poster Remarque - not mine (I wish) having recently discovered that Tool fans are as obsessed or more obsessed than we are about their posters, there’s a whole world of these remarks out there. Most of them go for one or $2000 which is way over my price budget. I do notice that the Tool artist will draw right on the poster whereas it seems the PJ artist will only doodle in the borders, I prefer the Tool poster approach. Can you imagine Brad Clausen drawing an extra item inside one of his posters that would be epic! 
    "This here's a REQUEST!"
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    smile6680smile6680 Posts: 368
    I made the mistake of not specifying that I wanted the signed and numbered part of my Mansfield 98' poster to be showing. I can't see what number it is unless I have it reframed. 
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    PinoyPJPinoyPJ Los Angeles, CA Posts: 248
    Ridiculous posters up in here!
    ride amongst the waves...
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    SHZASHZA St. Louis, MO USA Posts: 3,603
    locked said:
    To the folks who asked about that Tool poster Remarque - not mine (I wish) having recently discovered that Tool fans are as obsessed or more obsessed than we are about their posters, there’s a whole world of these remarks out there. Most of them go for one or $2000 which is way over my price budget. I do notice that the Tool artist will draw right on the poster whereas it seems the PJ artist will only doodle in the borders, I prefer the Tool poster approach. Can you imagine Brad Clausen drawing an extra item inside one of his posters that would be epic! 
    Like this? 


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    LoujoeLoujoe Posts: 8,398
    Super cool^^!
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    ItsmillertymeItsmillertyme Posts: 64
    not sure if everyone saw it but the Gabba Gallery has Emek's posters for sale many many Grails available  including Roma and Big Wave  GABBA GALLERY-EMEK Retrospective Pearl Jam Posters
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    Merkin BallerMerkin Baller Posts: 10,699
    not sure if everyone saw it but the Gabba Gallery has Emek's posters for sale many many Grails available  including Roma and Big Wave  GABBA GALLERY-EMEK Retrospective Pearl Jam Posters
    $500 for the Philly Ten Show AP w/ a doodle doesn't seem like that bad of a deal... I think show editions were going for upwards of $300 on ebay. 
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    Merkin BallerMerkin Baller Posts: 10,699
    locked said:
    To the folks who asked about that Tool poster Remarque - not mine (I wish) having recently discovered that Tool fans are as obsessed or more obsessed than we are about their posters, there’s a whole world of these remarks out there. Most of them go for one or $2000 which is way over my price budget. I do notice that the Tool artist will draw right on the poster whereas it seems the PJ artist will only doodle in the borders, I prefer the Tool poster approach. Can you imagine Brad Clausen drawing an extra item inside one of his posters that would be epic! 
    The Tool poster scene is f'ing nuts and while it only started in the last 6 years or so, yeah... they're more rabid than PJ fans at this point... Cleveland 2022 was like the videos you see of Black Friday chaos at shopping malls; it turned me off the scene for good. If I can get a poster w/ no hassle, I'm all in, but I'm done lining up early for them... I just want to enjoy the show at this point. 
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    danofundanofun Posts: 809
    not sure if everyone saw it but the Gabba Gallery has Emek's posters for sale many many Grails available  including Roma and Big Wave  GABBA GALLERY-EMEK Retrospective Pearl Jam Posters
    $500 for the Philly Ten Show AP w/ a doodle doesn't seem like that bad of a deal... I think show editions were going for upwards of $300 on ebay. 
    Last AP sold on eBay for $340, but they don't come around often. $500 is overpriced but your search can be over. Very cool poster and was somewhat unique because EMEK signed and number both sides of the APs.
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    Merkin BallerMerkin Baller Posts: 10,699
    danofun said:
    not sure if everyone saw it but the Gabba Gallery has Emek's posters for sale many many Grails available  including Roma and Big Wave  GABBA GALLERY-EMEK Retrospective Pearl Jam Posters
    $500 for the Philly Ten Show AP w/ a doodle doesn't seem like that bad of a deal... I think show editions were going for upwards of $300 on ebay. 
    Last AP sold on eBay for $340, but they don't come around often. $500 is overpriced but your search can be over. Very cool poster and was somewhat unique because EMEK signed and number both sides of the APs.
    Disagree on it being overpriced... the doodle likely makes it one of a kind. 
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    danofundanofun Posts: 809
    edited May 2
    danofun said:
    not sure if everyone saw it but the Gabba Gallery has Emek's posters for sale many many Grails available  including Roma and Big Wave  GABBA GALLERY-EMEK Retrospective Pearl Jam Posters
    $500 for the Philly Ten Show AP w/ a doodle doesn't seem like that bad of a deal... I think show editions were going for upwards of $300 on ebay. 
    Last AP sold on eBay for $340, but they don't come around often. $500 is overpriced but your search can be over. Very cool poster and was somewhat unique because EMEK signed and number both sides of the APs.
    Disagree on it being overpriced... the doodle likely makes it one of a kind. 
    In other words, if you've been looking for one, now is your chance!
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    wiscojamwiscojam Appleton Posts: 343
    tschav said:
    demetrios said:




    My god, that Chicago print is a personal grail but now... with that framing it's a whole other level of TAKE MY MONEY
    Holy Grail indeed. that East Troy show was my first PJ concert.
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    ItsmillertymeItsmillertyme Posts: 64
    this foil one was up for sale too......check out those oodles of doodles !!!!
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    Merkin BallerMerkin Baller Posts: 10,699
    danofun said:
    danofun said:
    not sure if everyone saw it but the Gabba Gallery has Emek's posters for sale many many Grails available  including Roma and Big Wave  GABBA GALLERY-EMEK Retrospective Pearl Jam Posters
    $500 for the Philly Ten Show AP w/ a doodle doesn't seem like that bad of a deal... I think show editions were going for upwards of $300 on ebay. 
    Last AP sold on eBay for $340, but they don't come around often. $500 is overpriced but your search can be over. Very cool poster and was somewhat unique because EMEK signed and number both sides of the APs.
    Disagree on it being overpriced... the doodle likely makes it one of a kind. 
    In other words, if you've been looking for one, now is your chance!
    Infer what you will. 
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    SHZASHZA St. Louis, MO USA Posts: 3,603
    this foil one was up for sale too......check out those oodles of doodles !!!!
    I tried to snag that one, but hesitated and got U504d! (F2F term lol) 
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    SHZASHZA St. Louis, MO USA Posts: 3,603
    danofun said:
    not sure if everyone saw it but the Gabba Gallery has Emek's posters for sale many many Grails available  including Roma and Big Wave  GABBA GALLERY-EMEK Retrospective Pearl Jam Posters
    $500 for the Philly Ten Show AP w/ a doodle doesn't seem like that bad of a deal... I think show editions were going for upwards of $300 on ebay. 
    Last AP sold on eBay for $340, but they don't come around often. $500 is overpriced but your search can be over. Very cool poster and was somewhat unique because EMEK signed and number both sides of the APs.
    Disagree on it being overpriced... the doodle likely makes it one of a kind. 
    I'm not seeing any unique doodle and the listing says the edition varies from the picture. But I agree it's not overpriced. There's only 100 APs and most of them will never come up for sale. I have one and wouldn't sell for $500. The last ebay price isn't necessarily a good measure -- it may have just been a steal. It's common to see people list things with a buy it now price that's much lower than what they could have gotten in an auction. 
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    TorontonianTorontonian Posts: 545
    Not the best job but was hard enough getting a frame!


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    PinoyPJPinoyPJ Los Angeles, CA Posts: 248
    Not the best job but was hard enough getting a frame!


    cool set up!
    ride amongst the waves...
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    TorontonianTorontonian Posts: 545
    edited May 12
    PinoyPJ said:
    Not the best job but was hard enough getting a frame!


    cool set up!
    Thanks!  Just getting back into vinyl since my youth.  My friend donated me the Yamaha receiver and Paradigm Phantom speakers and I bought the Panasonic turntable off him.  Got me some Yield, Ten, VS 30th edition and Dark Matter RSD edition to start off.  Yield is my favourite album of all time so happy to have the poster above where I will be spinning it endlessly! 🤘
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    Merkin BallerMerkin Baller Posts: 10,699
    Upgraded my grail w/ an assist from Cam DeLeon. 




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