Tuesday, September 29, 2009

The Rock Poster Society Show

Johnny and I will be attending the TRPS show in San Francisco next week. We will have lots of vintage and new DCS work for sale. See ya there!

TRPS is pleased to announce that this year's TRPS Festival of Rock Posters will be held on Saturday October 10th from 10:00 to 6:00. Once again we'll be at the Hall of Flowers in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. As always, the show will feature rock poster artists and dealers from around the country, and is the one show not to be missed by poster collectors and all fans of rock art. This year's lineup is already shaping up to be one of our best ever.

The Hall of Flowers (AKA the Old County Fair Building) is located near the corner of Ninth and Lincoln. Admission is $10 ($5 for TRPS members with card).

Mark your calendars for Saturday October 10th, and make your plans to join us for one of the best rock poster shows anywhere. We'll post the lineup of artists and vendors here as things develop, so keep checking this site for updates as they become available. We'll also be posting updates on Twitter (we're at TRPSorg), so check that out as well, and get the latest show info.

You don't want to miss this one. See you all there!

Confirmed list of Artists and Dealers:
PNE (Post New Explosionism: Emek, Justin Hampton, Jermaine Rogers), Malleus (from Italy), Drowning Creek Studios (Jeff Wood with Johnny Thief), Burlesque of North America, The Firehouse (Chuck Sperry and Ron Donovan), Wes Wilson, David Byrd (of Fillmore East fame), Stanley Mouse, Brad Klausen, Victor Moscoso, Dave Hunter, Gary Houston, Lee Conklin, S.F. Rockposters, David Singer, Randy Tuten, Alan Forbes, Justin McNeal, Marq Spusta, Billy Perkins, Paul Imagine, David D'Andrea, Bob Cohen (Avalon co-founder), Chris Shaw, Alex Fischer, Eric King, Carolyn Ferris, Tea Lautrec Litho, John Seabury, Gregg Gordon, John Howard, Cahoots Graphics (Dennis Loren), Ryan Kerrigan, fillmoreposters.com, Jim Pierce, Pat Ryan, Perry Pfeffer, Dano Kuhlken (DKNG Studios), Connected Music, Larry Freeman, Cliff Yamasaki, Vince Dugar, Political Gridlock, Sherwood Donahue, Helie Robertson, Tom Hill, Kris Mikkelson and Ron Schaeffer.

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