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randy

19 years ago, January 16, 2002
stormshadow

19 years ago, January 20, 2002
randy

19 years ago, January 24, 2002
stormshadow

its still the same theme, just moving in a new direction

18 years ago, February 20, 2003
fashionvictim

I have to say this conversation is really getting more interesting visually. Even though this converstation isn’t heavy conceptually, it’s fun and the last two are an interesting twist on the concept. Nice designs!

inman

Everything about this latest image is great - the energy, the vector outlines, the turn-table, the oranges, the retention of previous elements. Bitchin’!

bharper

He said “retention”….heheheh

skoppy

randy, really liked the addition of the turntable and the old time picture in the figure. and stormy, who doesn’t like the color orange, sweet vectors and dancing girls?

randy

I guess this would be the “standing still” portion of the theme.

18 years ago, February 21, 2003
randy

Skoppy, thanks! That’s Mark Twain’s (or Sam Clemen’s) childhood home (inside the figure)…

stormshadow

well done randy. we’re bouncing all over the place in this one but i love it. nice job on the poster!

goodgrowth

#5 is very creative. Nice usage of the B&W photo with the previous image in the vinyl.

stormshadow

in some cases, moving fast doesnt require movement

18 years ago, February 21, 2003
stormshadow

skoppy, i dont want to know!!

randy

Thanks a lot Goodgrowth!

After a year off it’s to be expected (the bouncing around that is)… I’m not sure how I’m going to counter that last one. Everything looks like it could be an album cover to me, I need a new angle.

inman

Vectors-a-go-go. I’m feeling it.

stormshadow

over the last year ive become somewhat of an illustrator junkie. vectors are just my bag!!

shankd0g

yes yes yes.. #5 is TIGHT! i LOVE IT awesome job randy.

skoppy

love img 05, very minimal, very nice. and img 06 even more vectory goodness. i am all a tingle.

randy

I still can’t get away from faking covers…

18 years ago, February 21, 2003
inman

Nice faux logo. I would have like to have seen references to some other designologues in the Hot 15 - that would have been sweet.

…insert tongue in cheek… I guess “Various Artists” will have to do …remove tongue from cheek...

fashionvictim

Really clever idea and excellent job on the logo from the magazine. I would like to see a better use of typography on the “Straight to the Top” But, regardless nice job!

randy

The Rolling Stone (DsnlgStone) cover was a copy of a Bob Dylan mag’ cover, so the font/typography use can be blamed on the original designer… Thank you everybody so much for all your great comments!!

glorymachine

Kick a$$! I like how this conversation has transgressed!

Aarseth

Afro-Celtic Sound System kicks ass. I’m not sure about the typography on the cover, but that faux logo is very well-done!

stormshadow

go to your local virgin megastore and pick up the latest randy storm record. its the hottest track since rednex.

touche!

stormshadow

randy storm has been immortalized. what a career.

18 years ago, February 24, 2003
randy

This is what happens when you take a year off in the middle of a DSNLG… Drastic departures from the original themes are inevitable. I really like it though…

travisanalogue

despite the one year haitus i really like how this turned out. great work guys!

i can’t help but love the vector art rock & roll hall of fame in the last image.

stormshadow

i cant believe i sigh stretched pixels

thanks analogue. i liked how this turned out. the theme took some shape for me (as the conspiritor) into something that i know both of us are interested in. excellent work randy.

travisanalogue

There comes a time in every person’s life when they must stretch pixels. I feel in some cases (if used sparringly) it can add to an image. Just don’t go out and get a white belt though, because then i’d have to get all Romper Stomper on you.

prawnFresh

I liked this so much I included it in my favourites. The way an idea like this can take such a drastic change is brilliant!