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Good luck, man!

If you have time, please try to take some photos of your work displayed, it'd be cool to see.
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and they do hair cuts too :D
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I deff will be taking some photos. They do cuts just not the day of the show. Thank you I HOPE it goes well.
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I would come, but I'm in Austin this weekend - Best of luck
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tpeazy wrote:I would come, but I'm in Austin this weekend - Best of luck


No doubt bro . Thanks for the support. Stuff will be up for 2 months if people cant make it for the opening.
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Moderator Note: The original post by the omethod was accidently deleted. You can read the start to this thread below - Posted by the Omethod

TheOmethod wrote:ipath2003 is your show a giant tribute to Shepard Fairey or have you created your own individual body of work that doesn't resemble the technique, style,star, colors and methods of someone else. Even your flyer is the same format as his.

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robotoil wrote:
TheOmethod wrote:ipath2003 is your show a giant tribute to Shepard Fairey or have you created your own individual body of work that doesn't resemble the technique, style,star, colors and methods of someone else. Even your flyer is the same format as his.


Fan ART. I'm sure he put "Inspired by Shepard Fairey" somewhere. :roll:


Wow that is a blatant rip off. I understand being inspired by someones work but to just straight copy everything about it is wrong.
I'm sure you have some skills that would show your talent as an artist better then just throwing together some work that looks like Obey, unless your going for that as a way to market your work.
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some one is heading for a verbal buttocks wupping
ipath wot were you thinking?
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Maybe this is his portfolio for trying to get a job at Studio Number 1?
random message board post about art wrote:This past weekend I briefly visited a room that had three faithful reproductions of Duchamp's Fountain. Not only did I notice, I used one of them. It's so interesting because the work tells the truth.


itsniceouthtere wrote:yeah because we all know how intricate and deep the meaning within street art can be. If anything, street art is the MOST LITERAL FORM OF ART! if street art has made any negative impression on society today, its that it has made every 13 yr old with $100 and an eBay account into an art know-it-all.


Jason Filipow wrote: "MBW was that last bit of dead weight that broke the rear axle of the street art bandwagon."


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Could you imagine the collaboration with Baxterpop?
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this thread should get interesting...your about to probably get bashed

i prefer to support artists and their inspirations but this is a complete rip off
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TheOmethod wrote:Could you imagine the collaboration with Baxterpop?


:lol: :lol:
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stickee wrote:who wants popcorn?

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This guy smelled like a rat from day one. Now that I see his work another scent come to mind and it rhymes with...
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I cant wait to see these pics come up with your listing when you sell your Hope paster on eBay. Go back to the lab and crank out something original for your next show :roll:
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...kinda reminds me of Pat Boone covering Little Richard, only more vanilla.
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i do think that ipath2003 has a lot of respect for shep and obey, he has a nice collection going on

but it does seem to copy too much of sheps work, especially the skate deck
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ZOMG.

Killerr art dewd.

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come on down its today!!!! 3-5pm
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I'm not an aspiring artist, nor am I one that has a trained artistic eye ... but as someone who isn't BLIND this is complete b u l l s h i t. I can somewhat understand trying to ride the Obey wave with stenciled pieces with political statements or what not, but come on ....... It seems like your technique and even your inspiration are a STRAIGHT RIP OFF from Obey... but what do I know. I'm just a regular guy ... What's even more sad to me is that a gallery, that is trying to ride the same wave this d o u c h e bag is, would actually hold a show for this sh!t.

Appropriation of images is one thing, but taking straight from (inspiration AND execution) Center Face and Obey Star is ludicrous. Not to mention inspirational rip offs (maybe not direct) from War By Numbers, Lions and Cop...

Sorry if that's a little harsh, but if it's one thing I expect creativity from, it's art ... If you give tribute to Shepard Fairey or Obey, than more power to you... If not, I hope you get hit by a bus on the way to your opening.
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ipath2003 is your show a giant tribute to Shepard Fairey or have you created your own individual body of work that doesn't resemble the technique, style,star, colors and methods of someone else. Even your flyer is the same format as his.

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