Concert Posters For You, Me, And Everyone Else In-Between
Concert posters are created to advertise performances by bands at various venues. They put the word out and ensure that people come from all around to watch the events live and in person. Some concert-goers like to collect the pieces, put them on their walls, and prove to others that they attended the shows. If you happen to be one of them, then you have come to the right place. Sold Out Posters has plenty of concert posters for sale.
They are perfect for decorating living rooms or bedrooms. The prints also go nicely in bar areas, dens, and home offices. Heck, there really is no wrong place for the pieces to go. They can brighten and bring a touch of class to almost any room. Not to mention, posters are excellent conversation starters. If owners of the units ever run out of things to say to guests, they can fall back on them to remain engaged in discussions.
The remaining sections here will focus on two particular concert posters. So, curious consumers should stick around and read on to learn more. One or both of them could prove to be perfect for their homes.
1. Rolling Stones
There is no artist listed for this 2014 official Rolling Stones poster. It was designed for the band's performance in Paris, France, for the Europe 14 On Fire Tour. This unit is bright with vivid orange, yellow, red, and more on full display. In the center of the poster stands the Eiffel tower. However, instead of being constructed from metal, it is made from the group's signature lips logos. Interested parties should look it over while it is still available. It is hand-numbered, embossed, and an excellent choice for any Rolling Stones fan or memorabilia collector.
2. Pearl Jam
Ames Design is responsible for this Pearl Jam poster. The 18×24-inch piece was created for the band's 2018 show at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. A giant purple woolly mammoth catches the viewer's eye at first glance. It is in the front, center, and commands attention. There is also a monkey in a top hat holding a baseball bat and mouse on a ball at the beasts' feet. The mammoth is wearing a covering on its head that features the band's initials. It also has one on its back that contains the year. A fan, collector, or anyone else in-between can't go wrong in purchasing this poster.