A quirky print which has been carefully constructed in the style of local English concert posters of the 1960s.
With lovely subtle textures to echo the paper and printing techniques of the time.
For fans of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and the Rolling Stones, here's a unique concert poster art print imagining the kind of trouble the band created in the 1960s, when they were sometimes seen as a threat to the powers that be (prompting headlines like the classic "Would you let your daughter marry a Rolling Stone?").
Back then, when bands who are huge now were only just starting out and had to tour tiny venues - like the imaginary Village Hall of Chalfont St Hubbins (Spinal Tap fans, there's your reference!) - fear of rock 'n' roll occasionally resulted in gig cancellations and bands being... banned.
The print is sold unframed but fits easily into an off the shelf frame. Shipped in a sturdy mailing tube.
Professionally printed on 200gsm/120lb premium archival heavy silk paper.
Size: 16.5 x 11.5"/42 x 29.7cm.