Thursday, August 30, 2007

INSTANT PIANO FLIER


Robbie Busch and I created this flier to advertise the coming of INSTANT PIANO at the San Diego Convention, way back in '94.
Robbie drew Mark Badger's characters, as well as his own, while I drew and lettered everything else. Evan came up with the Neil Gaiman crack, but I don't get it.

13 comments:

SHANE PRIGMORE said...

That is a fun ass poster. The two of you rocked it.

spleenal said...

so what do you do.
just add water?

fun poster

bc3 said...

WOW, where have I been. So many nice post and a new image!

ditto on "fun poster"

Evan said...

At the time a lot of comics carried publicity quotes from Neil.

Post-Alan Moore quote era, pre --? Dunno who carried the torch after that.

mikecarloooyeah said...

MILK AND CHEESE!? awesome, as usual Stephan.

Ratcrtur said...

I still have my flier from that San Diego con from so long ago. I was able to get the back signed with sketches from everyone. Definitely my favorite swag from that show.

Will Finn said...

man i loved this comic book. how i wish it was still around...

ryan said...

cool

el gato said...

instant piano is my number two thing you've ever done. i remember getting a toy piano from you at my first convention experience back in 97. i think i told you the felix animated show stuff you did was my favorite at the time.

i covet that poster. thanks for making it big enough to print out.

Mark said...

sighh oh the daze when we waz young.

You see Dunbier is ragging on us in his blog?

badger

Jaka said...

A lot of stuff about you guys and Instant Piano in the Scott Allie interview over on AICN today. This may have something to do with that, don't know. But I found your blog because of it.

sdestefano said...

Thanks for the remarks, Jaka, and for pointing out the AICN thing.
Frankly, I find the retelling of the INSTANT PIANO story to be found there to be a bit melodramatic.

Jaka said...

You're most welcome. Yeah, time has a way of adding a bit of melo to the drama of our memories, for sure. It sounded to me like a couple of old acquaintances reliving pieces of their past in a "tall tales" sort of way. Still, nice to be reminded of Instant Piano, and that they linked to all of your sites and/or blogs.