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14 minutes ago, yekker said:

You could probably make some good cheese with one of those. Ever done an exhibit?

Not yet! I'm hoping this piece leads to an opportunity to do so.

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My bandmate and I have been experimenting with this fancy printer that prints posters and whatnot. We’ve been testing out some of our recent stuff (mainly stills from videos we are creating) with it:

 

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12 hours ago, Himelstein said:

My bandmate and I have been experimenting with this fancy printer that prints posters and whatnot. We’ve been testing out some of our recent stuff (mainly stills from videos we are creating) with it:

 

23D59419-184C-44D9-BFB8-3BBCD5021B2C.jpeg

CD7706A1-91EF-4D0F-819A-DCC0F1594583.jpeg

E13F0CD7-2ECD-4F15-9FEC-C43722B77776.jpeg

yo can i buy a print of that first one? these are amazing

 

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20 hours ago, Zooluus said:

yo can i buy a print of that first one? these are amazing

 

Yeah, definitely! Once I figure out the best quality paper, I’ll let you know. Thanks!!!!!

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