New Prints by Monkey Ink Design (Onsale Info)

Monkey Ink Design will release a new poster for Ray LaMontagne today, plus an art print version. The poster is an 18″ x 24″ glow in the dark screenprint, has an edition of 180, and will cost $45. The art print has an edition of 52 and will cost $50. These go up today (Monday, […]

Tune-Yards Poster by Burlesque Design

Burlesque Design just completed another poster for Tune-Yards, and it’s stunning. It’s a 19″ x 25″ screenprint, has an edition of 60, and costs $20. The variants have small editions and cost $25 each. Visit BurlesqueDesign.com.

Wild Beasts Poster by Vincent DeSantiago

Vincent DeSantiago just released this beautiful new poster for Wild Beasts. It’s an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, has a limited edition, and costs $20. Visit his Etsy Shop.

Three New Prints by Neal Williams (Onsale Info)

Neal Williams will release three beautiful new prints tomorrow. The info for each is listed below. They go up tomorrow (Wednesday, July 23rd) at 10am Pacific Time. Visit his shop. Queens of the Stone Age 17″ x 24″ Screenprint, Edition of 190, $30: Dave Matthews Band 18″ x 24″ Screenprint, Artist Edition of 50, $40: […]

Buckle Up Music Festival Posters by Keith Neltner and Tommy Sheehan

Tommy Sheehan and Keith Neltner recently completed a number of posters for this year’s Buckle Up Music Festival, and four of them are available online. These are all 19″ x 25″ screenprints, have editions of 35, and cost $35 each. Visit TOMMYINK.com.

Peaking Lights Poster by Scott Campbell

Scott Campbell, one of my favorite poster artists, recently teamed up with Peaking Lights, one of my favorite bands, for this awesome poster. It’s an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, has an edition of 100, and costs $25. Visit ScttCmpbll.com.

Brad Klausen’s Queens of the Stone Age Poster (Onsale Info)

Brad Klausen released a new Queens of the Stone Age poster yesterday, and a few are still available. It’s a 15.5″ x 24″ screenprint, has an edition of 58, and costs $25. Visit ArtilleryDesign.com.

Dave Matthews Band Poster by The Bungaloo (Onsale Info)

John Vogl aka The Bungaloo will sell a great new poster for Dave Matthews Band today. It’s an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, has an AP edition of 25, and will cost $40. It goes up today (Thursday, July 17th) at a random time in the afternoon. Visit his shop.

King Buzzo Poster by Anonymous Ink & Idea

Anonymous Ink & Idea continues to experiment with his style, this time releasing a hand-drawn portrait poster for King Buzzo. It’s an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, has an edition of 60, and costs $20. The variant has an edition of 40 and costs $30. Visit his shop.

Jeff Soto’s Phish Poster (Onsale Info)

Jeff Soto will sell a stunning new Phish poster today. It’s an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, has an artist edition of 40, and will cost $50. It goes up today (Wednesday, July 16th) at 1pm Pacific Time. Visit StormCloudz.com.

Bunbury Music Festival Poster Series by Tommy Sheehan

Tommy Sheehan recently worked up seven posters for the Bunbury Music Festival. These are all 19″ x 25″ screenprints with small editions for $35-$40 each. Visit TOMMYINK.com.

Three New Phish Posters by James Flames (Onsale Info)

James Flames will release a set of three new posters for Phish today. They are 12″ x 24″ screenprints, will be sold in very limited quantities, and will cost $150/set. These go up today (Tuesday, July 15th) at 2pm Eastern Time. Visit JamesFlames.com.

Queens of the Stone Age Posters by Miles Tsang

Miles Tsang recently completed and released three new posters for Queens of the Stone Age. They’re 17.75″ x 23.75″ glow in the dark screenprints, have editions of 205, and cost $55 each. Visit his shop.

New Concert Posters by Zeb Love (Onsale Info)

Zeb Love will release a handful of new concert posters today. They’re all screenprinted, limited, and will cost $25-$40 each. They go up today (Thursday, July 10th) at a random time. Visit ZebLove.com.

Jay Ryan’s New Shellac Poster

Jay Ryan and Shellac have been working together forever, and this brand new poster for their recent Chicago shows is amazing. It’s an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, has an edition of 265, and costs $20. Visit TheBirdMachine.com.