The National Poster Retrospecticus – 8 New Prints Available At Shows (And Via Email)

As The National Poster Retrospecticus, a collection of over 300 hand-printed posters, tours the nation, they’ll be offering some pretty amazing new prints. Below is the entire series, courtesy of (in order) Dan McCarthy, Two Arms, Landland, Aesthetic Apparatus, Largemammal, Daniel Danger, Doe Eyed, and JP Boneyard. They’ll be $20 at shows (info on their site), or you can send JP an email (john at jpboneyard dot com) to purchase online now. For more info, visit

Dan McCarthy

Two Arms


Aesthetic Apparatus


Daniel Danger

Doe Eyed

JP Boneyard

7 Responses to “The National Poster Retrospecticus – 8 New Prints Available At Shows (And Via Email)”

  1. Mccarthy’s could definitely be framed and put on a wall. The text on Danger’s is a little to big for me unfortunately. 🙁

    Just my 2 cents.

  2. All the above prints were produced by the Half and Half on French paper!

  3. Great looking prints, I’m sure Nick did them right down yonder. Also, the landland one is awesome, but I thought it was a Craig Horky.

  4. Daniel Danger is one of my favorites, but sadly, the text at the top really ruins it for me.

  5. The illuminati symbols ruin it for me there’s enough of those all around us. How about something new?

  6. That Dan McCarthy print is awesome. Love it.

  7. […] “The National Poster Retrospecticus is a traveling show of more than 300 hand-printed event posters from over 75 of the best poster designers in the country. Produced and Curated by JP Boneyard.” All posters included in the show satisfy two simple requirements; they’ve been printed by hand and celebrate a single moment in time. This year’s tour hit 7 cities; Burlington, Rochester, Detroit, Minneapolis, St. Louis, Richmond and Boston. A different artist is featured for each event with their own unique show poster consistent with the NPR palette of green, blue, orange and black (printed by The Half and Half on French Paper). They were selling at events for $20, but more may be available directly through JP (email john at jpboneyard dot com). I’d love to get my hands on Doe Eyed’s St. Louis poster, that sea monster/eyeball motif is SICK. Here’s to hoping they venture out to Austin next spring! Be sure to check out their gallery selections from 2012 to get a feel for the rest of the show. Below are the featured artist posters (via OMG Posters). […]

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