“IV at 40: A Celebration of the 40th Anniversary of Led Zeppelin IV” at Flood Gallery

The UK’s Flood Gallery just opened “IV at 40: A Celebration of the 40th Anniversary of Led Zeppelin IV”, a poster show celebrating the seminal album. They hired a poster artist to do a print for each song on the album, and the results are pretty amazing. The prints run about £40 each, but there are some cool variants too. Get the full rundown at TheFloodGallery.com.

“Black Dog” by Justin Hampton

“Rock & Roll” by Kii Arens

“The Battle of Evermore” by John Vogl

“Stairway to Heaven” by Jermaine Rogers

“Misty Mountain Hop” by Nate Duval

“Four Sticks” by Dan Grzeca

“Going to California” by Gary Houston

“When the Levee Breaks” by Mike King

4 Responses to ““IV at 40: A Celebration of the 40th Anniversary of Led Zeppelin IV” at Flood Gallery”

  1. Beautiful stuff, love the show!

  2. The best of the bunch isn’t here. The print for the actual show itself is better than any of these I think. Not that these aren’t cool but the show print is stunning!

  3. Not to be a nerd, but I wonder if the artist was even aware of the fact that the song Evermore is about the desperate defense of Helm’s Deep… the ending of the song is where the riders save the castle’s occupants by attacking the dark lord’s army from behind, with the sunrise at their backs.

  4. I’m not a fan of Led Zeppelin, but that Stairway print is awesome.

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