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NOFX New Year’s Eve at the Warfield

On January 1, 2014, in Rock Posters, by squirt

It is really nice to start 2014 with a new poster for the Warfield in San Francisco. I made this design in a Planet of the Apes theme, ape emperor with destroyed Statue of Liberty scepter. A fun design for a fun night!

NOFX-NYE-REG

NOFX, New Year’s Eve, the Warfield, SF
Hangar 18 Goldenvoice Poster Series No. 175
21 x 28.5
Edition of 125
3 colors on archival cream paper
Signed and Numbered

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NOFX-NYE-SLATE

NOFX, New Year’s Eve, the Warfield, SF
Hangar 18 Goldenvoice Poster Series No. 175
21 x 28.5
Slate Edition of 10
3 colors on textured slate gray paper
Signed and Numbered

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NOFX-NYE-SILVER

NOFX, New Year’s Eve, the Warfield, SF
Hangar 18 Goldenvoice Poster Series No. 175
21 x 28.5
Silver Edition of 10
3 colors on silver metallic paper
Signed and Numbered

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NOFX-NYE-GOLD

NOFX, New Year’s Eve, the Warfield, SF
Hangar 18 Goldenvoice Poster Series No. 175
21 x 28.5
Gold Edition of 10
2 colors on gold metallic paper
Signed and Numbered

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RODRIGUEZ

Rodriguez at The Warfield, April 23, 2013

Firehouse-Goldenvoice No. 174

21 x 32

Edition of 125

3 colors on archival cream paper

Signed and Numbered

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RODRIGUEZ-SILVER

 

Rodriguez at The Warfield, April 23, 2013

Firehouse-Goldenvoice No. 174

21 x 32

Silver Edition of 10

2 colors on silver metallic paper

Signed and Numbered

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RODRIGUEZ-GOLD

Rodriguez at The Warfield, April 23, 2013

Firehouse-Goldenvoice No. 174

21 x 32

Gold Edition of 10

2 colors on silver metallic paper

Signed and Numbered

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For more on  Rodriguez read on…

The story remains one of the music world’s most unusual tales of the 1970s: an obscure debut LP by a Detroit singer-songwriter becomes a source of hope and inspiration to the anti-Apartheid movement in South Africa. Now, the story of Rodriguez and his cult album Cold Fact is the basis for Searching For Sugar Man, a riveting new documentary by filmmaker Malik Bendjelloul. Light In The Attic Records in partnership with Sony Legacy are honored to announce the release of the original motion picture soundtrack, comprising tracks from Cold Fact and its 1971 follow-up Coming From Reality – both reissued in 2008 and 2009 by Light In The Attic.

Back in the late ‘60s, Rodriguez was discovered in a Detroit bar by renowned producers Dennis Coffey and Mike Theodore. They recorded a 1970 album that they believed was going to secure his reputation as one of the greatest recording artists of his generation. Instead, Cold Fact bombed, and despite the release of a second LP, entitled Coming From Reality and produced by Steve Rowland, Rodriguez drifted into obscurity, even being subject to some fantastic rumors of a dramatic onstage death.  Cold Fact took on a life of its own when a bootleg recording found its way into apartheid-era South Africa. Banned by the government, the album became a country-wide phenomenon over the next two decades, and the soundtrack to a resistance movement of liberal African youth. Back in Detroit, working in construction and renovation (he also ran for mayor), Rodriguez was totally unaware that he was not just a folk hero but a household name thousands of miles away. Decades later, two South African fans, Stephen ‘Sugar’ Segerman and Craig Bartholomew-Strydom set out to find out what really happened to their hero, and their investigation led them to a story more extraordinary than any of the many myths they’d heard. Their story forms the basis of Searching For Sugar Man.

“I describe myself as ‘musico-politico’,” Rodriguez said recently. “I was born and bred in Detroit, four blocks from the city center. Back then, I was influenced by the urban sounds that were going on around me all the time. Music is art and art is a cultural force. As far as my work from Detroit comparing to the South African Apartheid, the similarities echo. The placards of the 1970s in the United States read things like: We Want Jobs and Stop the War – I was looking at the music from a working class perspective that was relevant, as it turns out, to the kids in South Africa.”

 

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Sum 41 Poster

On January 12, 2013, in Rock Posters, by squirt

I’ve had a really rewarding start for 2013! I moved my new semi-automatic silkscreen press into the studio on Monday. I’ve already fired this baby up and it’s going to be sweet! Meanwhile, I’m building in a gallery / showroom into the entrance of my Hangar 18 Studio, the new H18 Gallery. I’m really looking forward to showing my work and others as the year progresses. More to announce later. So 2013 is taking off in fine shape. And while all this was going on, I got to work on this beautiful Sum 41 poster, number 173 in the Firehouse Goldenvoice Poster Series, a simian astronaut, rendered in brilliant gold and silver metallic subtly tinted with blues and purples. This one shines!

SUM-41-BLACK

Sum 41 at The Regency, January 12, 2013

Firehouse-Goldenvoice No. 173

17 x 30

Edition of 125

Black Paper Numbers 51-125

4 colors on Black Paper

Signed and Numbered

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SUM-41-SLATE

 

Sum 41 at The Regency, January 12, 2013

Firehouse-Goldenvoice No. 173

17 x 30

Edition of 125

Slate Paper Numbers 1 – 50

4 colors on Slate Grey Paper

Signed and Numbered

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SUM-41-CHARCOAL

Sum 41 at The Regency, January 12, 2013

Firehouse-Goldenvoice No. 173

17 x 30

Variant Edition of 9 on Metallic Charcoal Paper

4 colors on Metallic Charcoal Paper

Signed and Numbered

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Working in a rare collaboration with Zoltron on these Primus posters was a blast. I’m very happy that we co-operated seamlessly, bringing everyone this cool cross-over between my art direction of the Firehouse Goldenvoice Poster Series and Zoltron’s art direction for the Primus Poster Series. I’m glad to hear these were quickly snapped up at the the two back-to-back shows at The Warfield Theater in San Francisco, December 30 and 31.

Here I’m releasing my poster; a limited number in an uncut edition with my art and Zoltron’s; and a very special, very limited foil uncut edition.

Zoltron will be releasing his Primus rock poster, his uncuts, and foils simultaneously on his site.

I’ll be making a very limited release of my Primus poster, the uncut edition, and foil variant on Friday, January 4 at a random time.

PRIMUS-POSTER-SPERRY

 

Primus at The Warfield, December 31, 2012

Firehouse-Goldenvoice No. 172 / Primus Poster Series No. 83

16 x 22

Edition of 275

5 colors on archival cream paper

Signed and Numbered

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PRIMUS-WEB-WARFIELD

Primus at The Warfield, December 30-31, 2012

Uncut Edition

35 x 23

Edition of 50

5 colors on archival cream paper

Signed and Numbered

Sold Out  - Thank You!

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foil-newyears

Primus at The Warfield, December 30-31, 2012

Uncut Foil Edition

35 x 23

Edition of 13

5 colors on archival cream paper

Signed and Numbered

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I’ll be making a very limited release of my Primus poster, the uncut edition, and foil variant on Friday, January 4 at a random time.

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