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Friday, April 4, 2014

Animated poster steps up Orlando's local show promotion game

Posted By on Fri, Apr 4, 2014 at 12:17 PM

Not only was I super-excited by a recent event advertising a full-band Maximino set (can't remember when the last one was!), and not only did I love the collage-y illustration for the event poster, but I also clicked through to discover that local zine creators and artists Alana Questell and Guillermo Casanova had turned their adventurous creation into an animated GIF:

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I couldn't love the execution any more, I don't think, and hope more people are equally moved by the format to add a layer of fun to some of the best flyers I've been seeing around town. (RSVP here)

Runner-ups for favorite posters in my Facebook calendar right now:

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