Friday, April 1, 2016

Landland Free Friday Poster Giveaway

Well no April Fool's Jokes this year, just a giveaway. Dan Black of Landland is the man who did this one. A benefit show for The Friends of the Cemetery, featuring Jeremy Messersmith w/ Lucy Michelle & the Velvet Lapelles October 8th, 2011 at the Pioneers & Soldiers Cemetery in Minneapolis, Minn. The poster is a five-color screenprint on 100# French cover stock 18" x 24". Signed & Numbered Edition of 200

 Now go to the top of the post above the picture and click on comments or scroll down (depends on how you see this post) to leave a comment and if you want to mention the craziest thing you have done in a cemetery feel free. Don't worry if your comment does not appear immediately I have to approve them before they are published. I will use the Random Number Generator to pick a winner. Entries are limited to ONE PER PERSON PER HOUSEHOLD. Please leave your name with the comment, comments without names will not be accepted. Entries will be accepted until 11:59 PM PDT Saturday April 2 and the winner will be announced on Sunday.

Thank you to Dan for contributing the poster.


  1. I think it is best if I don't answer that question. Thanks again for the weekly giveaways!

  2. I have done many crazy things in a cemetery, but my mom past 14 years ago and I have only been there once for personal reasons. The one time I was there I sat by her grave and it was cold, windy and raining. Then the sky opened and the sun burst through and it hit my face and I knew she was there and I knew she was forgiving me..

  3. Played on a Ouija board while drunk on spirits.
    Michael W

  4. I haven't done anything too crazy in a cemetery, but while visiting the grave site of my grandma on her birthday I was kneeling next to her grave praying and was so focused in the moment that I did not notice anyone approaching. All of a sudden I received a tap on the shoulder. I really did not expect anyone else to be around and it startled me to the point where I lost my balance, causing me to stumble backwards and fall into the start of a new grave next to her. It has just rained recently and I got a fresh coat of mud on my new suit since I was coming after work, but fortunately was not hurt. It ended up that it was the gravedigger who tapped me on the shoulder. As he is helping me up, he proceeds to tell me he was simply coming over to tell me to be careful around the open grave. I couldn't help but laugh as my grandma always had a great sense of humor. She was also German and I figured this bit of schadenfreude must have at least gotten a chuckle out of her up in heaven.
    Dennis S.

  5. Thanks Dan and ITRPF!

    Car racing while under the influence in a winding narrow road hillside cemetery.

    Tim V.