The third episode of the short film documentary series “Paper, Ink and Rock n’ Roll – A History of Rock Posters” focuses on the original poster art of Chris Shaw, whose body of work includes paintings, backdrops & rock posters since the mid ‘80’s. Chris creates posters using a myriad of styles and techniques, from hand-inked illustrations, to deeply layered digital collages. He has made dozens of posters for Bill Graham Presents and the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco. Currently he works with many bands and venues worldwide from his studio in Oakland, CA and is the Creative Director for the Moonalice poster series. To Learn more about Chris, please visit: www.chrisshawstudio.com
To celebrate the release, a very special bundle is being offered with the CD and three DDS posters of your choice! View all the art options in the series on the DDS Posters page, and include the three poster numbers when you place your order. Posters subject to availability. More information at the Moonalice store.
1) Bell Bottom Blues
2. Please Leave A Light On When You Go
3. Things We Said Today
1. I Will
2. Wrong Side Of The Road
3. For What It’s Worth
4. Couple Of Puffs
Head to the Moonalice online store to see all your options!
The Golden Anniversary of the First Acid Test event poster by Gary Houston of Voodoo Catbox will be available at two events during the first week of December. This poster was created in special commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Ken Kesey’s very first acid test, which took place November 27, 1965 in Soquel, CA and included a first performance by the Grateful Dead while still known as The Warlocks. Join the event on Facebook for more details.
Show starts at 8:30 pm
Tickets: $12 Advance – $15 At the door
Don Quixote’s Music Hall 6275 Hwy 9, Felton
We learned in the news today that Moonalice artist Claude Shade has passed away after a short-lived battle with cancer on November 19, 2015 at the age of 62. Claude worked for the agency Goodby, Silverstein & Partners for 20 years and was considered a part of it’s “Creative Soul.”
We love you Claude. Rest In Peace.
Visual Crap is a magnificent retrospective of the much beloved Portland based graphic artist Gary Houston and his long and accomplished career of original art pieces, screen prints and concert posters. Gary will be selecting works from his massive archive to showcase original drawings, art prints and notable screen printed gig posters, over 300 pieces included in the exhibit!
This is an all ages show and runs through December 6, 2015. Join the event on Facebook for more details. Gary Houston of Voodoo Catbox currently has 19 posters in the Moonalice series, see them all here.
People’s Art of Portland, Pioneer Place Mall 700 SW 5th Ave