Framed Concert Posters To Show Your Friends How Much Of A Fan You Are
Lots of people choose to spruce up their homes with concert posters. The decorative pieces are excellent for livening up the walls of bedrooms, living quarters, hallways, and more. Plus, the creations help individuals remember the good times if they attended the events live. Then again, they can also be useful for making friends and family members envious. However, after buying a work, consumers usually have to purchase a frame to put it in or hire someone to take care of the framing task.
Luckily, our clients don't have to worry about such things. Why? Well, we have various options available that are already framed. The concert posters are shipped to the person's door, ready to go. Then, all a person has to do is find the perfect spot and hang the item up. So, feel free to give our inventory a look to find out what all of the fuss is about for yourself. In the meantime, take a peek at these choices.
Framed Concert Posters For Fans
1. The Who
This limited edition screen printed poster is hand-signed and numbered by the artist, Chuck Sperry. Roger Daltry is featured on the front, along with the band's name. It also includes the names of the cities where The Who played for the 50th-anniversary tour. This piece is 31×21-inches in size, and of course, it ships framed. It is an excellent choice to look at day in and day out.
2. The Black KeysDan Grzeca created this unique piece. It has a lamb or sheep riding on the back of a wolf. The poster commemorates the band's concert at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, Colorado, in June of 2010. It can definitely serve as a conversation starter because of the interesting images. As with the work mentioned above, this one is also framed. Plus, it ships to any location in the United States for free.
3. Alabama Shakes
The artist behind this creation is Dan Grzeca as well. It is hand-signed and numbered out of only 175 printed. A dog and cat head are coming out of a jukebox front and center. Hands and feet are extending out of the music box too. One hand is holding a guitar. The limited-edition screen printed poster was designed for the group's 2012 performance at the Riviera Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. As with the other two options, it is also framed and ready to go.