In the covert world of rock posters and the artists that create them, there is a hierachy of trend setters that rarely come out behind the wall of graphics. Jim Evans can trace his vector from working with Rick Griffin and the psychedelic era, to working with Nirvana, Fugazi, U2 - from grunge to designing the entire backdrop for the first Lollapalooza events. Keeping the edge Jim Evans has moved quietly from the explosive glare of stadium rock to working with Dreamworks and Paramount, while maintaining a low profile behind a pair of dark glasses and a black Yankees cap. We bring him out in the open and find out what makes Jim tick, which gets more interesting as we peel back some layers from the archeology of visual rock.  Edited by Paul H-O. THIS VIDEO EXPERIMENT IS NON-COMMERCIAL, NFS AND NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION

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  1. by JacksonTue Sep 25, 2012
    8:06 pm

    说:I walked down the hawally that she walked down, when I was on the set. They did have big plans for that hawally. It wasnt blown by the director, as they did have a moment of that tension (its there, look for it next time you see it). However, the hawally was going to be much more magical, as it was described to me while I was there.

  2. by BonnyCHeingartnerFri Jul 17, 2015
    5:21 am

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