Jack White, Dean Fertita, Jack Lawrence, and Alison Mosshart teamed up in 2009 to create the American rock supergroup known as The Dead Weather. The band's debut album, Horehound, was released in North America on July 14, 2009. It drew attention across the United States as well as the rest of the world and made it into the top ten of the Billboard charts. Other albums have had success too. Some of the group's top songs include...
- "Treat Me Like Your Mother"
- "Die By The Drop"
- "The Difference Between Us"
- "Are Friends Electric"
Fans have gathered at venues all across the United States to see these musicians and hear them live. As such, there are plenty of gig posters in circulation for people to use to decorate their bedrooms, man/woman caves, or anywhere. People that attended the events in-person may want to pick one up for the memories. Then again, other supporters might wish to purchase one as well. If either case fits you to a tee, read on to learn about some of the available units.
Gig Posters Worth Considering1. The Dead Weather – 2009
Methane Studios created this limited edition screen printed poster. It is signed and numbered out of only 190 that were made. This piece was designed for The Dead Weather's concert at Olympia in Paris, France, on 10/28/2009. It features what appears to be a ghostly image of a young girl in a white dress. She is standing in the middle of a courtyard with an open roof. The work is 19×25-inches, making it easy to see from a range of distances.
2. The Dead Weather – 2010
Todd Slater allowed his unique style to shine when designing this 1st edition poster. It has a blue background with a giant hand front and center, which is made from tombstones. The piece commemorates the band's 2010 gig at the House of Blues in San Diego, California. This work is also signed and numbered out of 150. It is an interesting 16.6×23.75-inch poster that can enhance the visual appeal of any room.
3. The Dead Weather – 2010
This poster is another design by Methane Studios. It is black and white and the size of 18×24-inches. Additionally, the piece is a 1st edition that is signed and numbered out of 210. It has an image of a priest sitting down, holding a Bible. However, the individual's head is a skull. This poster was created for the group's 4/15/10 concert at Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, California.