Decorative Concert Poster, The Polyphonic Spree, Music, Art, Artist Signed, 2006

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Material Paper
Width (cm) 50.50
Height (cm) 66.00
Product Code ‌18.7584

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This is a decorative concert poster for The Polyphonic Spree. An American, screenprinted music art poster, monogrammed by the artist, dated to 2006. Colourful concert poster for the then 19-piece ensemble In very good, original display order Screenprinted on glossy poster stock with a vibrant colour palette Texas natives The Polyphonic Spree played in Austin, TX on 14th September 2006 Using the bird of peace and flower motif, the poster captures the essence of the choral rock band Monogram to the bottom for the artist and printer Erick Montes Individually numbered at 78 from a print run of 100 Unframed — shipped flat, not rolled Erick Montes began his career in Austin, Texas as a screen printer, having studied branding at university, the ultimate direction where his career headed - Montes is currently design lead for Twitter. His time at Coronado Studio, a screenprinter of Austin, TX, afforded him the opportunity to craft this event poster for when the Polyphonic Spree rolled into town. Using the iconography of the band, Montes screenprinted this joyfully colourful poster. This is a delightful decorative concert poster for the band The Polyphonic Spree, with a 60s-inspired art direction and great colour. Sure to appeal to fans of the group and concert poster collectors. Delivered ready to behold. Dimensions: Stock width: 50.5cm (20'') Stock height: 66cm (26'') Print width: 47.5cm (18.75'') Print height: 62cm (24.5'').

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