Color Wheel Poster - Sport Steering Wheel - 20 Chrome Wheels
Color Wheel Poster
- Colors arranged in a certain order in the shape of a circle.
- color circle: a chart in which complementary colors (or their names) are arranged on opposite sides of a circle
- A color wheel or color circle is either: * An abstract illustrative organization of color hues around a circle, that show relationships between primary colors, secondary colors, complementary colors, etc.
- A circle with different colored sectors used to show the relationship between colors
- a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement; "a poster advertised the coming attractions"
- post horse: a horse kept at an inn or post house for use by mail carriers or for rent to travelers
- A large printed picture, notice, or advertisement displayed in a public place
- Someone who sends a message to a newsgroup
- A large printed picture used for decoration
- bill poster: someone who pastes up bills or placards on walls or billboards
color wheel poster - The Wild
The Wild Angels
Embittered by his experience working with 20th Century Fox on The St. Valentine's Day Massacre (1967), and weary of the Poe films for American International Pictures, Roger Corman was in dire need of inspiration for his next production. He found it in Life magazine, which featured a photo of the funeral of Mother Miles, head of the Sacramento, California, Hell's Angels. From this picture came both The Wild Angels and the biker-movie genre itself. Peter Fonda, who replaced George Chakiris, stars as brooding Angels chieftain Heavenly Blues. When his pal Loser (Bruce Dern) is shot by police, Blues attempts to bury him in a small town, but the locals resist, and a brawl ensues. Audiences and critics were alternately appalled and thrilled by the extensive drug use and violence, but beneath Angels' leathery hide beats the heart of a Western, especially in its ruminations on personal freedom. Charles Griffith's script (cowritten by Peter Bogdanovich, who also cameos in the film) helped make Angels the sole U.S. entry for the 1966 Venice Film Festival, which irked the State Department enough to try and revoke the honor. Corman's direction, freed from AIP's period pieces, is lean and exuberantly active, aided by Monte Hellman's editing. The film helped give Fonda the counterculture clout to later make Easy Rider, and boosted the careers of Dern and then-wife Diane Ladd; Nancy Sinatra, however, renounced the picture, fearful of its effect on her image. Mike Curb's score features Davie Allan and the Arrows' fuzz-tone-soaked hit "Blues' Theme." --Paul Gaita
Bishop Allen - 3rd & final color, registering
This is how I register each color, by printing onto a sheet of clear transparency film that is taped down on the top and the right hand sides. This keeps the exact placement of the next color still, while I can move the paper to be printed underneath, and thereby see EXACTLY where it will be on the print, in relationship to the other colors. Once I have the perfect sweet spot, I tape down the registration tabs and that's it, Fort Pitt. Note the notes above! Tricky CMY overprinting make a quick 7 colors from 3 screens, or pulls. Hand screenprinted poster for Bishop Allen's set on Memorial Day Monday, May 25, 2009 at The Sasquatch Music Festival at The Gorge, George, WA. Layer upon layers of lovely, that's Bishop Allen. And therefore, this is my hand screenprinted poster for them! This poster is a process CMY dandy with tons of overprint magic happenin'. It's a 7-color print from just 3 colors pulled. Yup! That's right. 7 from 3, with Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow process inks making a tumble of pink, bright blue, sun yellow, sunny orange, violet, spring green and bark brown inks. Edition of just 105. Size: 16w x 22h inches. Paper: acid-free & archival Cougar 100 lb White, cover weight.
Osaka Big Wheel 3
The big wheel after several stages of high contrast, high saturation colour pull-throughs - 'Poster Colour'!