It is no secret that those that care about Christmas have a hard time picking out the perfect gift for their mom, dad, brother, sister, significant other, or someone else. Of course, there are plenty of folks that don't put much thought or effort into their gifts. They merely purchase gift cards, stick them in the mail or under the tree, and go about their day. There is not necessarily anything wrong with this choice, but there is just something about seeing the recipient's eyes brighten and smile widen upon opening a special surprise.
Therefore, if you want to leave your mark on the occasion this year, you can't go wrong in selecting a concert poster. This is especially true if the person you are trying to please has a favorite band or singer. They can frame the piece and hang it on the wall in their bedroom, game room, or living quarters. Then, every time they view the concert poster, they will think of you. So, curious persons should read further to learn about some Christmas present ideas.
Is their a fan in your life of this American rock band? Some of their top hits include but are not limited to, "In the Kitchen," "Mantis," and "Plunger." If so, this limited edition screen-printed concert poster could be right up their alley. It was created by Tyler Stout and is signed and numbered out of 500. The artwork commemorates the group's 2014 performance in Morrison, Colorado at the Red Rocks Amphitheater. It has the band's name along with the venue information and date clearly printed on the front. Additionally, there are vividly colored images of a rocket ship, mountain, and fireworks going off in the background.
This is an American rock super group, which consists of Jack White, Dean Fertita, Alison Mosshart, and Jack Lawrence. Some of the songs the band performs include, "Blue Blood Blues," "I Can't Hear You," and "Die by the Drop." This poster is signed and numbered out of 210 that were printed. The artist is Methane, and this piece may be the perfect selection for someone that is into creepy and eerie stuff. There are spooky images of skulls, baby doll heads, spiders, masks, and more. The coloring is primarily black and white, aside from the group's name, which is yellow. It memorializes their performance in Dallas, Texas at the House of Blues in 2019.