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  • buck502000buck502000 Birthplace of GIBSON guitarPosts: 8,370
    I guess the artist has to eat and capitalized on the known popularity of the print
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  • EM194007EM194007 Posts: 2,733
    demetrios said:
    gado15 said:
    the barca van orton went as well??
    Yep. Think it was $120.
    And the original drop they were only $90. Guess they wanted to make a little extra off the extras they had left over.
  • JH6056JH6056 Posts: 1,718
    edited August 2018
    I am almost glad I didn't get through in time, I saw that it was $150 and was like "Wait, what??"  But if I'd gotten it in my cart I probably would have bought it and freaked out later.  Probably best I didn't have a prayer of getting it.

    But it is really weird that the version signed by a BAND MEMBER is 33% CHEAPER!
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  • And now they are pouring onto ebay for 600$'s
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  • BRONDOBRONDO Columbus, OHPosts: 239
    MedozK said:
    Hilarious. This was a poster that no one wanted at the show.. it has a little pub in the news and its a grail now for some reason. I would guess that the show versions will be plentiful in the shop because they were not well liked at the show. But you never know, 10C may auction them off one by one to make a little extra bank. 
    There was nothing left after the Missoula show in the merch tent that said Missoula and pearl jam including posters, only pj tour merch
  • MR242791MR242791 Posts: 66
    +1 for Missoula throwing up Barcelona at same time was sneaky.
    yeah! that confused me!
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  • BF89905BF89905 Posts: 1,028
    Same here. Easiest AP drop ever. Gifting it to an old friend who went to the show but couldn't get a poster. I could never keep something from a show I didn't attend, doesnt feel right, like wearing someone else's shoes.
    The majority of my posters (20ish) are from show I didn't attend. I feel that the vast majority of gig posters are unattractive; hence, I look for the postera I like. To each their own.
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 11,406
    MedozK said:
    Hilarious. This was a poster that no one wanted at the show.. it has a little pub in the news and its a grail now for some reason. I would guess that the show versions will be plentiful in the shop because they were not well liked at the show. But you never know, 10C may auction them off one by one to make a little extra bank.
    I have no problems with the message, but it's just not that great of a poster.  I picked up one at the show because I was there only, but it's definitely 'meh'.  The flying tractor makes it goofy to me.  
  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 55,437
    Missoula S/N prints shipped out from F4D Studios.
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  • PJ_ROCKSPJ_ROCKS THE 406Posts: 6,733
    I will be framing mine! 

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              San Jose

              San Diego 2 shows 

           
    2003 Missoula

    2005 Missoula

    2006 Denver 2 shows with Tom Petty 

             Gorge 2 shows

    2009 Utah

              LA1

              LA2

    2012 Missoula : Meet and Greet : "Instant Classic show"

    2013 Portland

             Spokane


    2018 Missoula



  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 55,437
    edited September 2018
    "Trump Jr. Calls Tester a Liar and a Lapdog, Responds to Pearl Jam Poster"




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  • PJ_ROCKSPJ_ROCKS THE 406Posts: 6,733
    bah

    1995 San Francisco
              San Jose

              San Diego 2 shows 

           
    2003 Missoula

    2005 Missoula

    2006 Denver 2 shows with Tom Petty 

             Gorge 2 shows

    2009 Utah

              LA1

              LA2

    2012 Missoula : Meet and Greet : "Instant Classic show"

    2013 Portland

             Spokane


    2018 Missoula



  • demetrios said:
    "Trump Jr. Calls Tester a Liar and a Lapdog, Responds to Pearl Jam Poster"




    daddy "is crushing it"!  Hahaha, LOL!
  • RoleModelsinBlood31RoleModelsinBlood31 Austin TXPosts: 4,530
    whats the ranking of the posters for 2018?  As a not too avid poster collector my opinion is probably not the consensus but I think that even though Mumford Boston, Brown Boston, and Padove were spectacular prints, the Ament/bones signed Missoula given the politics behind it will probably be at the top, right? Wrong?
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  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 11,406
    whats the ranking of the posters for 2018?  As a not too avid poster collector my opinion is probably not the consensus but I think that even though Mumford Boston, Brown Boston, and Padove were spectacular prints, the Ament/bones signed Missoula given the politics behind it will probably be at the top, right? Wrong?
    This was the best poster of the summer tours, IMO.


  • RoleModelsinBlood31RoleModelsinBlood31 Austin TXPosts: 4,530
    mrussel1 said:
    whats the ranking of the posters for 2018?  As a not too avid poster collector my opinion is probably not the consensus but I think that even though Mumford Boston, Brown Boston, and Padove were spectacular prints, the Ament/bones signed Missoula given the politics behind it will probably be at the top, right? Wrong?
    This was the best poster of the summer tours, IMO.


    Is that klausen? Feel like I’ve seen those circle guys before.  It’s ok.  FF are a complete joke though, in the same realm as Hanson to me, so I was more talking good bands like PJ :)
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  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 11,406
    mrussel1 said:
    whats the ranking of the posters for 2018?  As a not too avid poster collector my opinion is probably not the consensus but I think that even though Mumford Boston, Brown Boston, and Padove were spectacular prints, the Ament/bones signed Missoula given the politics behind it will probably be at the top, right? Wrong?
    This was the best poster of the summer tours, IMO.


    Is that klausen? Feel like I’ve seen those circle guys before.  It’s ok.  FF are a complete joke though, in the same realm as Hanson to me, so I was more talking good bands like PJ :)
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  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 11,406
    mrussel1 said:
    whats the ranking of the posters for 2018?  As a not too avid poster collector my opinion is probably not the consensus but I think that even though Mumford Boston, Brown Boston, and Padove were spectacular prints, the Ament/bones signed Missoula given the politics behind it will probably be at the top, right? Wrong?
    This was the best poster of the summer tours, IMO.


    Is that klausen? Feel like I’ve seen those circle guys before.  It’s ok.  FF are a complete joke though, in the same realm as Hanson to me, so I was more talking good bands like PJ :)
    I liked Grohl when he was with his original band... funny that you mentioned them.  

    I'd have to say Padova, Mumford Boston or Thomas Chicago were the best of the tour.  Krakow was good, although it was more like the type you'd see at a DMB show than a PJ one.  


  • RoleModelsinBlood31RoleModelsinBlood31 Austin TXPosts: 4,530
    Yes!! That’s a great shirt!
    I'm like an opening band for your mom.
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  • on2legson2legs The Jersey ShorePosts: 7,750
    mrussel1 said:
    whats the ranking of the posters for 2018?  As a not too avid poster collector my opinion is probably not the consensus but I think that even though Mumford Boston, Brown Boston, and Padove were spectacular prints, the Ament/bones signed Missoula given the politics behind it will probably be at the top, right? Wrong?
    This was the best poster of the summer tours, IMO.


    Is that klausen? Feel like I’ve seen those circle guys before.  It’s ok.  FF are a complete joke though, in the same realm as Hanson to me, so I was more talking good bands like PJ :)
    Just curious... what about the Foo Fighters is a complete joke? 
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  • RoleModelsinBlood31RoleModelsinBlood31 Austin TXPosts: 4,530
    on2legs said:
    mrussel1 said:
    whats the ranking of the posters for 2018?  As a not too avid poster collector my opinion is probably not the consensus but I think that even though Mumford Boston, Brown Boston, and Padove were spectacular prints, the Ament/bones signed Missoula given the politics behind it will probably be at the top, right? Wrong?
    This was the best poster of the summer tours, IMO.


    Is that klausen? Feel like I’ve seen those circle guys before.  It’s ok.  FF are a complete joke though, in the same realm as Hanson to me, so I was more talking good bands like PJ :)
    Just curious... what about the Foo Fighters is a complete joke? 
    Well Dave grohl, of nirvana fame, went on to make that music.  I feel like he gets his fame from nirvana but ff music is just well, silly sounding.  There goes your heroes, etc.  it’s all just a bit silly to me.  Just can’t get behind their music- their attire is rock, their image is rock, but the music is like pop with distortion and silly lyrics.  Don’t get me wrong, they have a following and do really well obviously but it’s just not my cup of tea- I just see them as kind of silly and youngish focuses or something, I don’t know
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  • ZodZod Posts: 6,054

    Well Dave grohl, of nirvana fame, went on to make that music.  I feel like he gets his fame from nirvana but ff music is just well, silly sounding.  There goes your heroes, etc.  it’s all just a bit silly to me.  Just can’t get behind their music- their attire is rock, their image is rock, but the music is like pop with distortion and silly lyrics.  Don’t get me wrong, they have a following and do really well obviously but it’s just not my cup of tea- I just see them as kind of silly and youngish focuses or something, I don’t know
    I always felt that Dave Grohl earned everything he had.    When the Foo Fighters started, they didn't immediately go to playing arena's/stadium's.    I remember seeing them touring for their 2nd album (Colour and the Shape) in '97 and they were playing the rec centre at the University of British Columbia.  It held something like 1000 people (and that album felt big at the time).   Then again '98 at a Canadian festival called Edgefest, but they were so small they were playing an early afternoon set (before Green Day and a bunch of Canadian Rock bands).  Then in 2000 opening for RHCP.    It wasn't until after that I think they started to be able to sellout arena's on a consistent basic.  It took a lot of touring and few albums under their belt.   They didn't start big, they worked their way to it.   I think Nirvana gave Grohl an initial push, but he had to take that torch and turn it into a bonfire.  It took them a while to get big.  I imagine there was a point where people started to think of Dave Grohl as the singer from Foo Fighters, and not immediately think of him as the drummer from Nirvana.   I bet that's point where they kind of made it.

    I agree mostly with the rest.   I like the Foo Fighters but there's only 3 albums I love front to back.  The rest have a few songs on every album I like.   It's ok that they do the the more common thing of playing the same setlist every night.   They have enough songs that I thoroughly enjoy a greatest hits kind of setlist, but only so much I only see a show every few tours.

    Good news is they had an awesome print at the show I saw last week:



  • MilestoneMilestone Posts: 1,099
    I don't like the Foo Fighters much.  But I sure like that Vancouver poster.  Two thumbs up. 
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  • lolobugglolobugg BLUE RDGE MTNSPosts: 7,839
    Zod said:

    Well Dave grohl, of nirvana fame, went on to make that music.  I feel like he gets his fame from nirvana but ff music is just well, silly sounding.  There goes your heroes, etc.  it’s all just a bit silly to me.  Just can’t get behind their music- their attire is rock, their image is rock, but the music is like pop with distortion and silly lyrics.  Don’t get me wrong, they have a following and do really well obviously but it’s just not my cup of tea- I just see them as kind of silly and youngish focuses or something, I don’t know
    I always felt that Dave Grohl earned everything he had.    When the Foo Fighters started, they didn't immediately go to playing arena's/stadium's.    I remember seeing them touring for their 2nd album (Colour and the Shape) in '97 and they were playing the rec centre at the University of British Columbia.  It held something like 1000 people (and that album felt big at the time).   Then again '98 at a Canadian festival called Edgefest, but they were so small they were playing an early afternoon set (before Green Day and a bunch of Canadian Rock bands).  Then in 2000 opening for RHCP.    It wasn't until after that I think they started to be able to sellout arena's on a consistent basic.  It took a lot of touring and few albums under their belt.   They didn't start big, they worked their way to it.   I think Nirvana gave Grohl an initial push, but he had to take that torch and turn it into a bonfire.  It took them a while to get big.  I imagine there was a point where people started to think of Dave Grohl as the singer from Foo Fighters, and not immediately think of him as the drummer from Nirvana.   I bet that's point where they kind of made it.

    I agree mostly with the rest.   I like the Foo Fighters but there's only 3 albums I love front to back.  The rest have a few songs on every album I like.   It's ok that they do the the more common thing of playing the same setlist every night.   They have enough songs that I thoroughly enjoy a greatest hits kind of setlist, but only so much I only see a show every few tours.

    Good news is they had an awesome print at the show I saw last week:




    nice print.

    good point about FF. I remember a low point in 98 when they co-headlined with that awful band Tonic in some cities because they just couldn't pull enough fans. I think Howard Stern deserves as much credit as anyone for breaking them with that acoustic version of "EVERLONG".

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  • willbarclaywillbarclay Ottawa, Canada Posts: 2,773

    There is a raffle happening right now for this poster on Lost Dogs. Proceeds to go to Sick Kids Hospital.

    http://community.pearljam.com/discussion/277180/its-on-missoula-18-poster-up-for-grabs-a-raffle#latest


  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 55,437
    Signed Jeff & Bobby print from 10club shipped out!
  • demetriosdemetrios canadaPosts: 55,437

    There is a raffle happening right now for this poster on Lost Dogs. Proceeds to go to Sick Kids Hospital.

    http://community.pearljam.com/discussion/277180/its-on-missoula-18-poster-up-for-grabs-a-raffle#latest


    Wonderful!!! :) 
  • RoleModelsinBlood31RoleModelsinBlood31 Austin TXPosts: 4,530
    demetrios said:
    Signed Jeff & Bobby print from 10club shipped out!
    That’s cool! I thought they weren’t shipping until October or something.
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