ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR MARCH 28, 2016

I received a comment for my post on Alt-Postr-Spotlight: Stephen King’s It. It reads: “Hey man, thanks for the feature, but it’s REALLY not cool to re-post other people’s artwork without linking back to the original source.” I replied with “You were given credit for your artwork. I’ve been doing this feature for the past year and no one has complained. In fact it has been the opposite with several artists thanking me for featuring them. I’ll remove your art. Thank you.”

If there are any artists reading this whose work I have featured on here and want their work removed please let me know and I will remove it without question. It is not my intent to steal your work; you are given credit for every piece that I feature here. I do this series (Alt-Postr-Monday) as my way of saying thank you for the fantastic work that all of you do and to share it with the rest of the world. I do not sell your work nor do I ever take credit for your work. I am in awe of what you do and I guarantee you I am not the only one. Thank you.

Goldfinger by Mike Mahle

Goldfinger by Mike Mahle

The Mist by Daniel Danger

The Mist by Daniel Danger

Les Pacte Des Loups (Brotherhood of the Wolf) by The Dark Inker

Les Pacte Des Loups (Brotherhood of the Wolf) by The Dark Inker

It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown by Nicolas Delort

It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown by Nicolas Delort

Suicide Squad by Harijs Grundmanis

Suicide Squad (Harley Quinn) by Harijs Grundmanis

The Phantom of the Opera by Laurent Durieux

The Phantom of the Opera by Laurent Durieux

Night of the Living Dead by Kilian Eng

Night of the Living Dead by Kilian Eng

Sin City Triptych by Florey

Sin City Triptych by Florey

The World's End by Matt Ferguson

The World’s End by Matt Ferguson

God's Gunslinger (Inspired by Stephen King's The Dark Tower) by Chris Skinner

God’s Gunslinger (Inspired by Stephen King’s The Dark Tower) by Chris Skinner

Reefer Madness by Chris Garofalo

Reefer Madness by Chris Garofalo

King Kong by James Gilleard

King Kong by James Gilleard

Midnight Special by Tomer Hanuka

Midnight Special by Tomer Hanuka

They Live by Jason Edmiston

They Live by Jason Edmiston

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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15 thoughts on “ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR MARCH 28, 2016

    • Thank you, Don; glad you like them. I really to pick out a poster from all that I have featured to adorn my wall. But there are so many and I only have so much money to spend and only 22 walls in my home.

  1. I can’t believe someone who posts their stuff online would give you such grief over it. I would love for someone to feature my stuff on their blog as long as they gave me credit, which you do. I actually go out of my way to find the re-bloggers of my work and give them a thank you nod for doing it. We want our work shared or else we wouldn’t put it online. The posters are great once again – The Great Pumpkin and Phantom are standouts though all are really great.

    • Believe me, atothewr I was just as shocked by it as you were. First of all this was a post that I published in October of 2015-nearly six months ago. I have since removed their work from the post. No one is going to thank me with one face and chastise me (unfairly) with the other.
      As for the posters you mentioned they are some damned good ones. Thank you.

  2. I just about split my *gut* in the shock of that Great Pumpkin artwork! OH MY GOSH! (((lol))) That’s fantastic! Putting such a dark bent on The Peanuts! One of the spooky card games I’m making is a story telling game and an option is the “Linus in the pumpkin patch” card. I remember testing the game when I had friends (face-to-face) and stories could get pretty grim but still incorporate that card.

    Love the old style in “God’s Gunslinger” even though I’m not familiar with it.

    I’m glad it’s only been rare to get a complaint about work sharing. That’s one of the downsides to us all sharing what we’re up to online. People behave as if we’re getting paid when in truth the people posting are the one one’s paying for space, if anything, and the audience is receiving much with very little effort on their end. (It makes me wish there was a computer-only network, not privy to device-tech.) I actually found it a fun experience to have someone mistake us as the same person with the creation of “The Pit…” It at least got us some chit-chat. 🙂

    • You should know by now I am a big fan of Mike Mahle’s art and don’t even get me started on how cool the Kong and POTO posters are. Great choices, TTM!

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