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Thread: San Francisco bar party flyers over the years

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    San Francisco bar party flyers over the years

    I work as a bartender in San Francisco, and every year we have an anniversary party (the bar opened in 1968) and a birthday party for the boss, Specs Simmons (he turned 85 this year). I try to make
    some kind of flyer for each of those occasions every year, and for the last couple of years I have used Artrage to illustrate them. I then export them into Illustrator for the text
    graphics...here are a couple examples...


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    Very well painted and so amusing
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Very very funny. Love the parodies. Love the cavalier tone. Gin is it? Big feets and martini's so go together - shaken and stirred with a twist. . . clearly a slow walkin', fast talkin' good lookin' mohair man. . . if I read your specs right.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Very very funny. Love the parodies. Love the cavalier tone. Gin is it? Big feets and martini's so go together - shaken and stirred with a twist. . . clearly a slow walkin', fast talkin' good lookin' mohair man. . . if I read your specs right.
    Ha! You described him to a T! He's is a much beloved figure in San Francisco, and I consider myself lucky to work for him...glad you liked them!

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