That would be my name if I were an obese exotic dancer, but it also describes what’s coming down the pike on Oct 30th at 2PM Central. 14 posters in all falling from the fiery heavens to my site, so hopefully at least 1 or all of them will look good over your sofa.
Shipping note: I’m in the middle of moving to a new house, so there will be a delay in shipping. All items should be out the door by the end of November if not sooner.
Below is a brief rundown, but please refer to the product pages for specifics on each poster.
6 new Jack White posters for Red Rocks, Troutdale, Burnaby, Columbia, Cleveland and Boston.
1. The Cleveland poster uses the correct venue. Show copies were printed prior to the venue change. I had the copies for my sale and band/mgmt copies printed after the show and made into their own edition. I do not have any of the show copy versions available.
2. The Boston poster is already in short supply from pre-sale customers who previously bought the full 2012 JW set on it’s opening day. I’ve asked that folks email for availability before purchasing to make sure there’s not an oversell due to intense interest in this particular poster.
I made screenprints for three recent screenings of the new quasi-documentary “20,000 Days on Earth” which lets the viewer experience a 24 hours in Nick Cave’s stylish shoes. Nick performed at each of these screenings I’m told in conjunction with a Q&A with the filmmakers. Two of the screenings were in NYC and the third in LA.
I collaborated with Chris Everhart from Silent Giants on the tour poster for the last leg of Arcade Fire’s North American tour supporting their phenomenal album, “Reflektor”.
Due to the massive amount needed on tour, I thought it wise to change the colors once they crossed the Canadian border. However, the poster proved more popular than management hoped and so another edition/colorway was created to meet tour demand. The holograph paper version was created specifically for the Brooklyn shows.
So you have a choice of being an admirable completist and getting one of each or just stick with what matches your socks.
So nice, we did it twice. Another collaboration with Silent Giants for the Arctic Monkeys’ sold out show at Red Rocks. If I run out, then you should hit up the Silent Giants store to see if they have any copies as we split up our allotted copies between sites for this release.