Well, it is that time of year again. Soon, family members will be stuffing their bellies with turkey, dressing, and all the fixings. Then, before they even realize it, the Christmas season will be upon them. Hopefully, persons have given at least a little thought to the holidays, started shopping early, and are almost done buying for everyone on their lists. Of course, there always seems to be one or two recipients that are impossible to shop for, which often leaves the giver scrambling to find something at the last minute.
If you are one of those persons, don't fret. Instead, take a deep breath, calm down, and think about what the individual enjoys. For instance, is he or she a music lover that likes attending gigs? If the answer to this question is yes, the perfect solution could be right under your nose in concert posters. The pieces are ideal for serving as a centerpiece in any room, and they let the person show visitors and guests that they are a true fan.
Consider These Concert Posters For Christmas, A Birthday, Or Another Occasion
This banner is an interesting creation by Todd Slater. It was made for the group's 2017 performance at the Whitewater Amphitheater in New Braunfels, Texas. The limited-edition screen printed poster is hand-signed and numbered out of 200 by the artist. It features the measurements of 18 X 24-inches, which means the recipient or their guests won't have a problem viewing it. What makes the piece so fascinating is that it appears to have a jackalope front and center. A star and planet-filled background surround the half rabbit half antelope.
Perhaps the person on your list is a country music fan. If that is the case, you can't go wrong in selecting this 1st edition hand signed and numbered piece by Dan Macadam of Crosshair Design. It was created to commemorate the singer's 2014 concert in Wichita, Kansas. One half of a skull is sitting on a table for all to see in the middle of the work. Meanwhile, the performer's name is in big, bold letters at the bottom. Think outside of the box and give the music lover in your life something to go ooh and ahh about this year.