Re: Search TV GUIDE artwork
- Jim Alexander wrote:
>Jim brought me one of these to Wonderfest last weekend, and I am amazed
> Gentlemen (and lady)--
> If I have done this correctly, appearing somewhere on this page should
> be a reproduction of the TV GUIDE "Search" cover by the late Bob
> Peak. The sharp-eyed among you will notice that all the text has been
> painstakingly removed from the artwork, leaving what must have looked
> like what Mr. Peak delivered to the GUIDE staff in 1972.
at the work his artist did and the quality of the printing! This thing
is VERY large and it is a beautiful repro.
If you are a SEARCH fan at all, BUY ONE OF THESE PRINTS!
Thanks again, Jim!
- Don here and I have to second what Anthony Taylor said about Jim's
SEARCH TV Guide art repros. The artist was Bob Peak, who did a lot
of TV Guide covers over the years, plus the Star Trek movie posters.
(Unfortunately, Bob Peak died a few years ago.) At 11 x 17, it's
somewhat of an odd size, but you can find poster frames or get a
slightly larger picture frame and have a mat made for it. I already
have mine gracing my studio wall.
Get in touch with Jim at: probecontrol@...
--- In probe_control@y..., me <ataylor@m...> wrote:
> Jim brought me one of these to Wonderfest last weekend, and I am
> amazed at the work his artist did and the quality of the printing!
> This thing is VERY large and it is a beautiful repro.
> If you are a SEARCH fan at all, BUY ONE OF THESE PRINTS!
> Thanks again, Jim!
> Anthony Taylor
- I was not aware any two of our list members had actually met each other in
person. Reminds me of the Asimov Bailey detective story on the planet
where the settlers were so far apart, and had been using 3D visual
communications for so long, that the thought of actually meeting someone in
person was distasteful to them.
By the way...not that I expect anybody needing anything from me, but to let
you folks know that my iname address is all fowled up. They are upgrading
their servers or something, so they have days or weeks of my mail piled up,
and they are feeding it to me maybe one piece every couple of hours...even
though I should be getting like 20 pieces an hour. A lot of it may just be
My iname address should always be used...bur for right now, it also won't
hurt to send to actingman@....
At 10:55 PM 6/11/2001 -0700, you wrote:
>Jim brought me one of these to Wonderfest last weekend,
- --- In probe_control@y..., actingman@i... wrote:
> I was not aware any two of our list members had actually met eachHi John: Don here and I also had a chance to meet Anthony Taylor in
> other in person...
person several months ago in Atlanta when I delivered his package of
SEARCH tapes and CDs to him.
Otherwise, I've had one or two phone conversations with Jim
Alexander, back around February 2000 when I first joined the list.
I've also spoken with Bryan Durk on the phone a few months ago when
his company brought him to a meeting in Alabama.
If any other SEARCH list members have met or spoken on the phone, let
us know. (I suppose as the Internet gets more intertwined in our
lives, "emailing" someone will just about replace face to face