Some Flatstock 13 Posters

I know that a decent number of readers are heading to Chicago for Flatstock, so I thought I’d share a few of the posters that have surfaced so far.  Check them out, and be sure to stop by some booths and spend some money.

 Nate Duval:

Delicious:

Jay Ryan:

25 Responses to “Some Flatstock 13 Posters”

  1. I went to flatstock.

    I had a great time.

    I bought some Jay Ryan prints.

    I laughed really hard at Yoko Ono.

    I have no regrets.

  2. Were there Rob Jones Raconteurs and White Stripes posters at Flatstock this year? How much were they? I hope he did not sell a lot so that we can get them when they go on sale on his site soon.

    And, let’s chillax with the drama. Save it for your child’s mother. We are all here to discuss God Posters.

  3. No Rob Jones. I don’t expect there to be many White Stripes Euro sets available online though, as he is offering them to past White Stripes set purchasers.

  4. While I would have like to have seen Pitchfork, I do agree that the festival and the poster show should be separate.

  5. I believe funnel cakes should be available separately from the festival. Like, a funnel cake tent on every corner. Come to think of it, a funnel cake vendor should just follow me around in public in the off chance that I may require a tasty, Dutch, powdered sugar-coated spider web of delicious, deep-fried dough.

    And for the record, De La Soul ruled the face off every other band at Pitchfork, with the exception of Sonic Youth, who still drop down to second place due to the overwhelming stench of Tiger Balm and Geritol in the crowd. The “Yoko Ono Award” goes to Iron & Wine for giving the entire population of Union Park an hour to take a nap. Honorable mention to Mastodon because they just flat out rock, but not as much as my new funnel cake servant Pepe who saves me $25 in festival fees annually.

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