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  1. That's a good point. I hadn't thought about that litho showing fade more easily. I do landscape photography, mainly just as a hobby, and I get prints done on metal. It's a great medium for landscape shots. I know it's utterly impractical and expensive for concert lithos, but it would be a cool high end and unique thing if that was ever done. With the colors on your Vegas litho, @facefirst, I bet it would look awesome printed on metal. Have you ever printed your work on metal? I think it's an amazing litho by the way...can't believe they didn't use it.
  2. Thank you sir for the insight and advice! I have a Brisbane litho that I was thinking about using. I like the litho, and think it would look good out there, and I think I got for around $125 on Ebay, so it didn't cost a fortune. I'm using my friend's litho as a test run really.
  3. Just curious to see what the group thinks. I have an outdoor living room and was thinking about putting a litho out there. It wouldn't have any direct exposure to sun or rain, but it would be outside. Of course, there is humidity (I live in Tennessee) and condensation. I've had a Danny Schmidt framed litho (singer songwriter friend that no one has heard of) out there for about 6 months, and it's not showing any ill signs. That doesn't mean that eventually it will. I'm guessing most would say don't do it, but just curious if anyone has done that in a similar climate or has an opinion on it.
  4. I can vouch for the free litho. He gave me the New Zealand litho in an expensive frame. @The Holographic Universe has my gratitude and respect in other ways as well, based off some messages we've exchanged. I don't have a clue what started the back and forth...I haven't read every post in this thread, but I imagine that 99.9% of the people in this thread would get along great in person. Forums on the internet can be weird places sometimes.
  5. I like it! Thanks for sharing it.
  6. I can't say I like it. I get the reference, and I hope people from the area like it, but it's about as plain as it gets
  7. I'm going to the show tomorrow. I don't love the litho though. I haven't really liked the lithos since the tour kicked off again, except for the Charlotte one. I miss Arian Buhler's work.
  8. I don't know...maybe it would grow on me, but my initial reaction is that I don't like it.
  9. 10/13/19 - Manchester, TN - Exit 111 Festival

    Sounds cool to me. I'll definitely be there at some point, just not sure right now what time. It would be fun to talk about for sure. I'm going with some other people, and right now I don't know the details of our plans. As soon as I find out I can let you know.
  10. Thank you! We have people over a lot and get a lot of use out of it. Most people really like the lithos as well.
  11. 10/13/19 - Manchester, TN - Exit 111 Festival

    I bought a VIP ticket yesterday. This will be my 3rd show on the tour. I'm hoping for Hardschool, or a special guest or something. I think there's always a chance of that at a festival. Probably a long shot, but being from Nashville I'm spoiled because it happens a lot here.
  12. Thanks! We put a lot of work into it. It's an old house, (built in 1907) and one of the first things we did after we moved in was fix the basement up.