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Old 07-03-2014, 05:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Post some posters that were posted to advertise a show, MB posters. Here's one I just found:

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Old 07-04-2014, 03:49 AM   #2 (permalink)
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That is actually very awesome

I've been collecting posters from the artist Malleus for a while now.....starting with a poster he did for the film Suspiria

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but this one he did for The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion is by far my favorite.....hopefully he does a second printing
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Old 07-04-2014, 04:30 AM   #3 (permalink)
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but this one he did for The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion is by far my favorite.....hopefully he does a second printing
Never listened to them before, but this poster convinced them to listen to go them right now.
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Great thread!!! Good stuff so far!!!
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I've been collecting concert posters for 35 or so years and probably have somewhere between 250 to 300 at the present time, not including concert handbills and postcards. I also collect movie posters and advertising posters but concert posters are where I got started. Here are some examples from my collection...


A poster by Victor Moscoso from 1985 and one of my favorites of the past 29 years. I currently have it framed and hung in my music room.


Another favorite poster by Moscoso from 1967, also currently framed and hung in my music room.


Yet another Moscoso poster from 1967. Featuring a concert by The Youngbloods, Siegel-Schwall Band and lighting by The North American Ibis Alchemical Co.


And another Moscoso from 1967. This one featuring Siegel-Schwall Band, The Steve Miller Blues Band and lighting by The North American Ibis Alchemical Co.


One more Moscoso, again from 1967. Featuring a triple bill with Moby Grape, Canned Heat, Vanilla Fudge and once again, lighting by The North American Ibis Alchemical Co.


A Poster by Stanley Mouse from 1967. Currently framed and hung in my bedroom.


One of the most iconic concert posters of the 1960's, the "Flying Eyeball" poster by Rick Griffin, Featuring The Jimi Hendrix Experience, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, Albert King, and lighting by McKay's Headlights.
This is the only poster in my collection that (unfortunately) is not an original 1st printing, as they are quite expensive and can sell for upwards of $7000.00 (US) when they show up for sale. Still nice enough that I have it framed and hung in my music room.
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One of the most iconic concert posters of the 1960's, the "Flying Eyeball" poster by Rick Griffin, Featuring The Jimi Hendrix Experience, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, Albert King, and lighting by McKay's Headlights.
This is the only poster in my collection that (unfortunately) is not an original 1st printing, as they are quite expensive and can sell for upwards of $7000.00 (US) when they show up for sale. Still nice enough that I have it framed and hung in my music room.
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Here are some more from my collection. These are by poster artist Mark Arminski. I bought the first 3 from a now defunct poster shop where I bought a lot of my posters during the 1990's and I purchased the last 3 directly from Mr. Arminski, after meeting him at the "Flatstock" poster show exhibit at SXSW about 10 years ago..


Mudhoney with Claw Hammer (1995) This one is framed and hung in my bedroom.


Reverend Horton Heat with The Cows (1996) This one is also framed and hung in my bedroom.


The Black Crowes (1996)


The Smashing Pumpkins with Fountains of Wayne (1997)


Grand Opening of The Jupiter Room (1996)


Ministry with Jesus Lizard (1996)
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I have a friend who buys me a poster every birthday. Here's today's, I love Linder Sterling





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I have a friend who buys me a poster every birthday. Here's today's, I love Linder Sterling...
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