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It’s always been a secondary love of ours to get some crispy posters at the shows we get to attend, and the Phish posters from summer tour (or any Phish shows for that matter) are always more coveted than any of the rest. The band seems to feature an amazingly diverse collection of artists that contribute to the overall tour, usually with no repeats between the artists until the band switches over their plans into a fall tour (which won’t be happening this year, unfortunately). So in celebration of the incredible art and all the crazy fans that wait in line three or four hours before a show at a chance that the poster is their favorite style, we’ll be collecting the official posters here below to show off the gems and help promote for the artists by including any links to their official pages for bros that want to learn more. We’ll also be throwing in the best lot posters we can find for the people that dig the lot culture like we do, too.
Here’s where it started on summer tour: Read more…
Phish has returned to the road in 2010 stronger than ever, and the artwork they had chosen for their tour has been beautiful. With print work done by their long-time friend Jim Pollock and other famed poster artists like Nate Duval and Dan Grzeca, these are a must-have amongst... more
Booths upon booths; a previous Flatstock in Austin. Photo by nevbrown While over 1,000 bands and countless more fans and industry insiders have descended upon Austin for this year’s South By Southwest, more than 75 of the country's best screenprinters and gig poster artists are also gathering there for the... more
My full Flatstock 16 preview will be coming shortly, but to whet your appetites I wanted to first post an interview with screen printing extraordinaire Andy MacDougall. Starting in 2006, Andy MacDougall of www.squeegeeville.com, and www.tmiscreenprinting.com began setting up printing demos at Flatstock. Andy resides on Vancouver Island, but works... more
Photo by Craynol Unless you've been hiding under a rock for the past year, you know that an election is coming up. You're probably familiar with the players involved; they've been hoofing it across the country for months, stumping for votes, parrying debate questions and fending off (or courting) reporters. As... more
I had the chance to visit the University of Maryland last week for the opening of Sweet: The Graphic Beauty of the Contemporary Rock Poster, and let me tell you, if there is anyway you can make it out to the show, I highly recommend it (at least check out... more
The biggest rock poster show to hit the East Coast in a long while kicks off next Wednesday, February 6th. Sweet: The Graphic Beauty of the Contemporary Rock Poster opens at the University of Maryland Art Gallery with a number of cool opportunities. First and foremost is the official opening... more
One of the things I want to cover on Drymount! are big poster releases, so all the loyal LMB readers are well informed. That coverage is going to begin today with a huge release by Drowning Creek Studio. Owned and operated by the formidable team of Jeff Wood and Judy... more
Today I'll be heading to the opening of American Handscape, a new show featuring the art prints and posters of Judge and Gina Kelly. I couldn't be more excited. It's not every day that a poster gallery show opens in Brooklyn, and this one features two extremely talented artists. I've... more
© Little Jacket First off I want to thank everyone for checking out the first Drymount! post last week and for all the support. Justin and I both thought this column would be a good fit on Live Music Blog and I'm glad you folks seem to agree. I... more
We're starting today off with a new column on the site, and we're welcoming on a new blogger to the team named Sam Verrill. He approached me with an idea to do some posts on the concert posters that tons of bands are starting to sell at their live... more