The Rock Poster Society is delighted to announce a terrific new poster by Gregg Gordon to promote our upcoming Rock Art By the Bay show on August 6 at the Mission Masonic Center in San Francisco. Gregg will have copies of this poster available at his booth, while TRPS volunteers will be offering a free […]
The first time I met John Moehring was in a bar in Seattle—he nursed a Perrier, I did the same with a beer. The occasion was the release of Scott McDougall’s Split Fountain Hieroglyphics, whose focus is the psychedelic concert posters produced in Seattle from 1966 to 1969, and whose pages are crammed with Moehring’s […]
It is just us, or have the posters for spring 2016 tour been even better than usual?
Our good friend Adam Hirschfelder from the California Historical Society has kindly alerted us to this cool opportunity for rock poster artists …
As someone who has been guilty of grouping great numbers of rock posters together for an exhibition, the following may sound like the pot calling the kettle black. But to my eye, it looks like the curators at MOMA in New York just barfed up as much stuff as they could onto a wall of […]
On January 14, 1966, interrupting a three-night run at The Matrix in San Francisco, the Grateful Dead played a benefit for the San Francisco Mime Troupe at the Fillmore Auditorium, which was located on the same street on The Matrix but over the hill. As is clear from this poster for the event, Bill Graham […]