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Marc English_What was more important to most of the Boston bands, the medium or the message…the design look or the information?

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Marc English_Which posters in the gallery stand out to you and why?

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Marc English_Do you think the posters were simply decorative or can you see elements of intentional design?

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Mark English_What were the ground rules if any, for design of the Boston band and event posters back in 80’s?
Mark Andreasson_What question did you always want Mark Andreasson to be asked about his art, being it posters or music, but it never came about?
Mark Andreasson_There are two poster’s from the Bird Cage in the gallery. That was a strip club in Boston’s Combat Zone. Did playing that club influence the reoccurring visual thread of women in provocative poses?
Mark Andreasson_The iconic red La Peste cross and type set seen in many of your posters. Where did those come from?
Mark Andreasson- Artist/Musician-La Peste
Mark Andreasson- Artist/Musician-La Peste

Live video produced by Benjamin Bergery & Jan Crocker
with the MIT Film/Video Section
Edited by Jan Crocker

La pesté v.2.0 “Odd Man” – Bradford Hotel Ballroom, Boston 1980

 

Live video produced by Benjamin Bergery & Jan Crocker
with the MIT Film/Video Section
Edited by Jan Crocker

La Peste “Fatback” – Cantones, Boston 1978

 

Live video produced by Benjamin Bergery & Jan Crocker
with the MIT Film/Video Section
Edited by Jan Crocker

La Peste “Please Love Sex” – Paradise Club, Boston 1979

 

Live video produced by Benjamin Bergery & Jan Crocker
with the MIT Film/Video Section
Edited by Jan Crocker

La Peste “Spy Master” – BF/VF, Boston 1979