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2009 Miramar OWC golf tournament work   Leave a comment

Just a collection of work I did for the Miramar OWC’s golf tournament waaaay back in 2009.  About time I posted it…

Miramar OWC golf tournament artwork

Posted 2012/02/11 by 8arms in Logos, Military, Posters, Squadron Store

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HMM-166 Helicopter Golf poster   Leave a comment

You may have already seen the retro posters I did for HMM-166 here and here, but I don’t think I’ve posted this one to the blog yet.

In short, my brother-in-law had some mechanical issues occur in-flight and needed to put his CH-46E down safe.  The closest spot was a San Diego golf course!  No one was injured and the aircraft was soon repaired and flown back to MCAS Miramar.  The poster commemorates this incident in a humorous way.

The golf club in the hands of the crew chief was a bit hard to make out, so I overemphasized the shadow a bit to draw attention to it.  The aircraft markings match those on the Phrog involved.

Posted 2012/02/10 by 8arms in Event, HMM-166, Military, Posters, Squadron Store

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Movie Poster: Gone in 60 Seconds – SELLOUT!   Leave a comment

Getz Solutions' Gone in 60 Seconds Poster

Yee-Ha, Sellout!!!

The Gone in 60 Seconds poster I created for the Cinema Overdrive showing last month sold out in under 24 hours.  Much appreciation to everyone who made my first movie poster sellout happen!!!

Special thanks go out to Matt P and James D!  You guys are awesome.  🙂

Movie Poster: Gone in 60 Seconds (1974 original classic)   Leave a comment

April 13th, Cinema Overdrive will run a screening of H.B. Halicki’s original 1974 Gone in 60 Seconds.  I had the honor of creating the poster for this show!  Originally, I thought about doing a white 60 MPH speed limit sign with ‘Gone in’ and ‘seconds’ painted on it – but that just seemed so ‘obvious’…   So I went with a vandalized 30 MPH Ramp sign instead.  I think the yellow color alone was a big improvement over the white speed limit option (plus it ties in with the whole ‘principal car’ color.  Here are some images for you (Oh, there’s a 3rd ‘hidden’ machine/vehicle in this poster – it can be seen on the actual poster – come see it at the show or check the Merchandise page where they’ll soon be posted for online sale here):

VFA-14 Tophatters ‘Kong Killers’ poster and shirt art   6 comments

Tophatters King Kong Killers PosterVFA-14, the Navy’s oldest active squadron was chosen by Peter Jackson’s King Kong production staff to be the ‘squadron that kills Kong’.  The Navy Pilots wanted to celebrate this in the form of a poster VFA-14 Tophatters Kong Killers t-shirtand t-shirt.

The poster required a good deal of research to make sure the plane was spot-on.

The shirt had some interesting requirements.  It had to be black, because that’s the color the pilots are able to wear under their flight suits most of the time, and it could not have a big area of ‘ink’ on the back or it would cause too much sweating when in the aircraft for long periods of time.

Special thanks to ‘Steamer’ and ‘Lothar’ for acting as liaisons on this project.  This project was a lot of fun because I am a huge fan of the King Kong movies…  Squadron members interested in purchasing can check with Steamer, general public will soon be able to go to Squadron Store and check the VFA-14 shop to find both designs!

Thank you to all the VFA-14 members and their loved ones for the dedication and sacrifices!

Posted 2011/01/29 by 8arms in Military, Posters, Squadron Store, Tophatters, VFA-14

Movie Poster: Rolling Thunder!   Leave a comment

If you’ve not heard of Rolling Thunder, the movie, read all about it here.

Had lots of fun with my friend Matt of Cinema Overdrive while signing my Rolling Thunder poster prints – that guy is a champ for putting up with my short-term memory challenges (“What number are we on again?”)! Matt played photographer with his iPhone too, since my camera was missing in action.  Much appreciated.  🙂

The show on Wednesday was great, if you haven’t seen a screening of an old 35mm movie at the Colony Theater, you should really check it out.  Not to be missed.  The trailers at the beginning and end of the shows are worth the $5 ticket price alone!

Thanks to everyone who bought one of the 77 limited edition silk-screened posters or commented on them, the ‘live feedback’ is the best!  There are still some left – you can check them out at the Cinema Overdrive merchandise page.  Only $20!!! (plus shipping if you aren’t local)

It seems that the Major Rane character was shot down during the ‘Rolling Thunder’ military operation over Vietnam.  I allude to this in the poster.  You can read more about the real event here.

10% of my proceeds from the poster are going to Wounded Warrior Project – thanks to you veterans reading this!  –Travis Getz

Getz Solutions at NC Comic Con   Leave a comment

I had the pleasure of attending the two-day NC Comic Con Saturday and Sunday with toy/model kit creation/special effects luminary Mike Maddi, who was showing off his Resin in Motion kits (logo by yours truly) and a couple of his carnivorous Puppetoys designs while I worked on selling Cinema Overdrive posters by myself and Danny Miller of MiniCassetteTees.  Lots of fun.

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