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Welcome to the official Moblog for Maximo Park - the Maximoblog.

This is where the band post photos of whatever takes their fancy that they think might be of interest to the wider public, from the mundane (backstage) to the spectacular (Archis' hair).

But they are not the only ones, as this Maximoblog is open to you!

Anyone who wants to send in a photo, whatever they feel relevant, we would love to see. The more the merrier, the more creative the better.

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Texts cost no more than your standard MMS rates.

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Letterpressed broadside with Paul's words

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Hey boys,

I letterpressed this broadside (basically, a poster) incorporating Maximo
lyrics and corresponding imagery.
The text is the second verse of Acrobat, and was set in movable type. The
imagery is what I see when I hear those words, and was carved by hand out of
two linoleum blocks.

On the back right corner I printed Paul's name. Originally, I had planned to
print it small on the front along with the text; but I wanted the name far
enough removed from the text so as to not take away from it.. and as it
turned out, for that to work on the front, the name would have had to be
printed somewhere that would then take away from the image. Couldn't have
that happen either. I'm pleased with the result - it's a nice surprise to
see the name large on the back if you happen to turn the print over :)

I printed these in an edition of 30 and would absolutely love for you boys
to have one. Is that at all possible?

Thanks for the inspiration, for the wonderful music, and for being so
incredibly kind when we've met in San Francisco :)

With love,
Paola

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Posted by weightwisecoach04

28th Oct 2008, 06:17