You know what? We love this Grawlix ish, for reals. We’re so fudging into this ish, we can’t even begin to describe. We love our flubbin’ fans, we love our flippin’ venue, heck, we even love having gashdern Andrew come down to tell his ridiculous stories of parenting and matherfunking transit woes.
But you know what else we love more than all of that? We love flyers. That’s right, dickface. We fargin’ looooove flyers. We love big collectable flyers including tabbed flyers at rec centers with the phone number to a medium so you can connect with your dead grandmother and heck, we even love those tiny little handbill shifts you find stuck in your windshield advertising DJ SuckShatPunch performing at Club Clap.
Our huuuuge booner for all things flyers got us thinking: man, it’s been a while since we updated our previous flim-flamming poster design. I know, we’re wicked cunts. Why don’t we make new one? Well, we pounced on that idea like a dack riding bish on a veiny 12” inch cack. Andrew, the frickin’ batch, took some time out of masticating for the daughter that resides permanently in a bjorn beneath his shirt, to come up with a brilliant idea, and that is what you’re seeing above.
Why? What does this mean? It means smoking and boy-pyramids are AHSUM, and that Newport apparently hired a raver with Aspergers to handle their ad campaign. Don’t read into it. There’s no subtext of death hidden in there, Cormac McCarthy fan.
So, for the next Grawlix on May 25th, we’re going to be making up a large batch on large glossy paper and give them away to the first seventy five people through the rim-ramming door. SO YOU CAN COLLECT THEM. Does that mak you harny? Are you a little comedy sloot? Yes you are! Yes you fucking are!
Get there early. See you then.
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Andy’s note: While it was my idea to make these Grawlix posters, I would be lying if I said our media guru Dave Soto didn’t plant the seeds in my mind dirt. Also, I want to give credit for Owen Lin for the photos and Heath O’Campo for the graphic design. So there.