Flier of the Week: Nervesandgel at GlobGlobGlob

Not everyone's got mad graphic design skills and access to Adobe's powerful design and art tools. And not everyone likes what results from fliers created that way, either. Sometimes, all it takes to make a killer flier is a quick sketch and some nice hand-lettered info. Especially if the sketch has a serious WTF factor, like this one does.

Seriously, WTF? Are we looking at some kind of yogi practicing the arcane arts? Or perhaps a peculiar sex act that obscures most of person No. 2? It's very confusing. But it makes us think. And we like thinking.

And we like the flier, which is the kind of thing that stands out among a stack of too-similar fliers you might see stacked at a coffeehouse or taped to lamp posts around town. For that, we give it our nod as the top flier of the week. And if the artist wants to tell us exactly WTF is supposed to be going on here, that'd be cool too.

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Cory Casciato is a Denver-based writer with a passion for the geeky, from old science fiction movies to brand-new video games.
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