To celebrate Clarence Park 2013 I’m digging through the archives to find past programs and posters the are pre digital, pre letraset and, to be honest, preposterous. Hurrah!

All well-meaning and a labour of love. And I have kept safe the identities of those responsible, apart from at the end. Interesting how technology changed in 8 short years.

This site has nothing to do with the present day Wakefield Music Collective who have a team of highly skilled designers.

1991

There is a lion! Obviously!

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1992

We said ‘Turned Out Nice Again’, you said ‘…oh no it didn’t, it pissed it down!’ The ever optimistic number 2.

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1993

It’s minimal, I’ll give you that. The almost Zen like calm that is Clarence 3

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1994

Design Revolution! Some one said ‘shouldn’t we put the bands names on, and the sponsors?’ Genius!

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1995

lesson not learnt. The ‘oh buggerit, just draw it and we’ll come up with the line-up later’ award goes to 1995!

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1996
It has a squiggly thing! I have no idea also.
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1997
They said ‘get the designers in!’ We got the designers in! The bloody Lion returned! We got the designers out!
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1998
Marc Coyles turn up. He has a computer and everthing! He did something stretchy and clever with the C and the 8. It used a whole megabyte of data! It took half an hour to shift a millimeter! We were rightly impressed!
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