July 12, 2006

Kiosk.

Do I even have to tell you where I saw this?

Kiosk

15 comments:

jeff said...

On campus, in front of the Womyn's Studies Center?

Ann Althouse said...

I should add that I loved this poster. Great energy!

sonicfrog said...
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sonicfrog said...

My band, CPG, is having our Reunion / Farewell tour... er gig at the end of July. We're getting the origional members together for a one night performance, and the following day Pat, our main song writer, rhythm guitarist and poster designer, is leaving for LA for an internship and probably won't be coming back, so we're all going our seperate ways. I am going to forward this over to him. He'll love it and maybe borrow the idea.

Henry said...

Anytown, USA

There's certainly a slew of streetcorners in Providence, RI this reminds me of.

Fantastic banana.

Super-Electro-Magnetic Midget Launcher said...

I love the banana. That is a rock and roll poster.

Frank Gilbert Slinkard said...

It's impossible to lack fondness for a town with kiosk flyers like these. When I first arrived in Wisconsin, I lived in Madison. Although I no longer do so, I always enjoy return visits. My oldest son begins school there this fall, and I look forward to another reason to visit.

How many layers will have covered these flyers by then?

sonicfrog said...

Well, that didn't work. My last post was supposed to start with a link, like so:

My band, CPG, is having our Reunion / Farewell tour...

somefeller said...

"I love the banana. That is a rock and roll poster."

Actually, I thought it was a joint, not a banana, which makes my interpretation more rock and roll than anyone else's here. Even though it was wrong. It's still a cool poster, though, even if it is a banana instead of a joint. Now, where did I leave that bag of Cheetos?

Super-Electro-Magnetic Midget Launcher said...

somfeller, I thought the little red monkey with its hand in his mouth was a corn-cob pipe at first. Still looks more like that than a monkey.

Pogo said...

Ah, for the days when you could plan your weekend staring at flyers stapled to a kiosk.

In the adult world of work, this devolves into taped-up car-for-sale ads, retirement coffees, and bad cartoons of laughing men saying, "You want it when?"

And the weekend was planned a month ago.
Dang.

Mike Lief said...

"Colony of Watts"!?!?

Monkeys climbing on a sentient banana?

Hey, I'm Mr. P.C. Sucks, but this one struck me as sure to offend someone -- not me, but c'mon, when was the last time anyone outside of the Klan juxtaposed "Watts" and capering chimps?

Bad form, eh wot?

Subcomandante Arron said...

"Watts" as in a unit of energy.

Sheesh.

Mike Lief said...

Aron --

I know that, but to those of us in SoCal, if you were to mention a poster with monkeys, a banana and Watts, it ain't electricity that comes to mind.

Must be a California thing.

Karl said...

Casual, kneejerk racism?

Fortunately those of us in areas not profiled in Crash don't make that connection so easily, apparently.