Chuck Sperry has been creating concert posters for over 20-years in San Francisco. He currently runs a silkscreen print studio, Hangar 18, out of Oakland. This artist has been featured in a wide variety of publications that include but are not limited to Rolling Stone, The New York Times, The Independent, and Architectural Digest. His works have been placed on display at numerous leading art institutions such as...
- The Oakland Museum Of California
- The San Francisco Museum Of Modern Art
- Yerba Buena Center For The Arts
- The Fort Wayne Museum Of Art
Mr. Sperry is a renowned print artist. His pieces have been focal points in books like High Volume: The Art of Chuck Sperry, Street Art San Francisco: Mission Muralismo, and Peace Signs: The Anti-War Movement Illustrated. Additionally, various documentaries in Australia, Europe, and the United States discuss the designer. In other words, Chuck Sperry has revolutionized the art industry, and any of his concert posters are worthy of adding to your collection.
Consider Purchasing One Or More Of These Chuck Sperry Concert Posters
Plenty of people enjoy listening to songs by Robert Earl Keen. Some of the more notable ones include "Copenhagen," "The Road Goes on Forever," and "Shades of Gray." Plus, fans like to attend concerts to see the artist perform the tunes live. The events are enjoyable, and folks want to have items to help them remember them. This 1st edition offset lithograph Firehouse poster can prove to be just what the doctor ordered.
It commemorates the 2005 performance in Santa Cruz, California at The Catalyst. A cowboy with a guitar strapped to his back riding a horse graces the front. The duo appears to be on top of a hilltop in the moonlight gazing at the bright lights of the big city in the distance. The printing is clear and easy to read while the vivid colors are sure to brighten up any room.
2. Eric Clapton
This option has sort of a 70s vintage vibe. It features a tour bus front and center with orange and yellow swirls in the background. This 1st edition screen printed poster is a Chuck Sperry/Ron Donovan creation. It is a hand-numbered piece out of 1000. The advertisement was for Eric Clapton's 2009 performance at Royal Albert Hall in London. At 25×21-inches and with bright, vibrant coloring, it is perfect for attracting attention in a home or office.