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The concert poster for the Gashuffer, Crackerbash and Thrill Hammer at the Blue Gallery on May 19 either in 1989 or 1990. Poster design by Mike King (Crash Design). Crackerbash featured Sean Croghan, Scott Fox on bass, and drummer Doug Nash (later Teddy Miller on drums). Thrill Hammer (later Thrillhammer) was Dave Triebwasser (Pond) on drums, Pete Krebs (Hazel) guitar and vocals, and Ben Munat (Rotor/Satyricon booker) on bass. The Blue Gallery was a punk/rock club and art gallery run by Tim Brooks in NW Portland for a few years.....
The concert poster for the Hellcows, Monomen and Dirty Bird at the Blue Gallery on May 26, 1990. Poster design by Mike King (also the drummer in the Hellcows) and featuring a drawing at center by longtime Portland musician/artist Sean Croghan. The Blue Gallery was a punk/rock club and art gallery run by Tim Brooks in NW Portland for a few years, circa 1989-1990.
Condition: Very Good, with six areas of staple holes from being stapled on a telephone pole, otherwise surprisingly very clean.
The poster for an Empty Records band Showcase at Satyricon on August 7, 1998 featuring Steel Wool, the Weird Love Makers and Jr. High. Poster design by Guy Burwell who designed many posters for Berbati's and Satyricon in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Condition: Fair/Good, with the usual holes, tears and creasing from being stapled to a telephone pole.
The poster for the Melvins and Enemy Mine at Berbati's Pan on June 14, 1999. Poster design by Guy Burwell who designed many posters for Berbati's and Satyricon in the late 1990s and early 2000s. A Mike Thrasher production, sponsored by The Rocket magazine.
Condition: Fair, with the usual holes, tears and creasing from being stapled to a telephone pole.
The concert poster for Pigmy Love Circus, Nervous Christians, Dead Moon and Hog Wild at at the PDX Underground club on April 13, 1991.
Condition: Fair/Good, with the usual staple holes and wear from being stapled to a telephone pole; slight discoloration around edges of poster likely due to being stapled on top of another poster whose color has bled.
The 11x17 poster for the 12/31/80 concert at the short-lived punk "club" Pacific Academy featuring the Rats, Poison Idea, Bop Zombies, Sado-Nation, Imperialist Pigs, Preps, Dots and Braphsmears. Produced by Mark Sten's Alternative Arts Association and featured on page 272 of his 2015 book "All Ages: The Rise and Fall of Portland Punk,1977-1981"
Condition: Fine, like new.
An 11x17 poster advertising the live recording LP released by Trap Records in 1979, featuring a legendary list of Portland punk bands: the Wipers, Neo Boys, Bop Zombies, Stiphnoyds, Sado Nation, Smegma, Rubbers, Lotek and Cleavers. This poster is sometimes mistaken as the concert poster for the show, although it was produced later to promote the album's release.
Condition: Fine, like new.
The poster for Queens of the Stone Age at Berbati's Pan in Portland on May 12, 2000. Poster design by Guy Burwell who designed many posters for Berbati's and Satyricon in the late 1990s and early 2000s. A relatively early show for Queens of the Stone Age, who formed in 1996. The cheerleader on the poster is so excited his shoes have come off. A Mike Thrasher production, sponsored by The Rocket magazine.
Condition: Good/Fair, with the usual holes, tears and creasing from being stapled to a telephone pole; some.....
The first ten issues of Daniel Clowes' long-running (1989-2004) comic books series, Eightball, "for mature readers only." Issues 1-7 are 2nd to 4th printings, issues 8-10 are first printings.
Condition: Very Good, light rubbing to some covers and along spine folds; Issue 6 has a tear along spine fold near top.
The unique catalog and book object produced by MoMA and Gemini G.E.L. for their 1971 exhibit of prints and multiples by artists including Johns, Josef Albers, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Litchtenstein, Frank Stella and others. On the inside of the box is a Jasper Johns blank "Target" with three paint discs and a brush for the owner to paint their own target work in "collaboration" with Johns. There is a spot for the owner to sign their name next to Johns'. The Jasper Johns signature is printed in a graphite colored.....
An aerial view of San Francisco in 1912 as "the Exposition City". The Panama-Pacific International Expo was held in the city in 1915. This edition was "reproduced (in) 1968 by First Savings and Loan Association from the original lithograph in the collections of the Society of California Pioneers. Commemorating the opening of the First Savings Building, California at Sansome (street), San Francisco." Printed along the bottom lower left and lower right are "Copyright By North American Press Ass'n 1912 Hearst Bldg. S.F." and "Pingree-Traung Co. Lith. S.F." An uncommon map.....
A charming image by children's book illustrations Alice and Martin Provensen. They were married in 1944 and together collaborated on over 40 children's books. The Children’s Book Council was established in 1945 to oversee the celebration of Children’s Book Week, and has since evolved into an nonprofit trade association of to advocate for children’s book publishers in North America. A rare, vintage poster relatively early in the Council's history, and in fine condition.
Condition: Near Fine, folded as issued; light wear and faint toning along folds.
A wonderful image by children's book illustrator Leonard Weisgard of Little Red Riding Hood and The Big Bad Wolf taking a break from animosities to happily read some books back to back. The Children's Spring Book Festival began in 1938 in New York and was an instant success. The annual event produced a series of charming posters by noted illustrators. A classic and rare example in excellent condition.
Condition: Fine, tiny dogears to one or two corners; otherwise super clean.
A wonderful image by children's book illustrator Crockett Johnson (pen name of David Johnson Leisk) for the NY Children's Spring Book Festival for 1958 featuring the beloved Harold with his purple crayon. The Children's Spring Book Festival began in 1938 in New York and was an instant success. The annual event produced a series of charming posters by noted illustrators. A classic and rare example in very nice condition.
Condition: Very Good+, light dogears to one or two corners, bumping and wear along left edge (see last detail photo); otherwise.....
An oversized Alaska Pan Am Airlines poster, circa 1970s. With the tagline: "World's Most Experienced Airline." The poster includes no other text other than "P 32 E" printed in the lower left corner.
Condition: Fair/Poor, heavy edgewear and creasing at top right corner; creasing and bumps along left side of poster; masking tape affixed to back around all edges, and faintly visible on front of poster; some surface scuffs; priced accordingly.
A vintage road and recreation map for Washington State, issued in 1924 by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture/Forest Service. Folds out to 32" x 22" with one side having information on mountains, rivers, lakes, campgrounds, and more. The other side is the state map with auto roads and cartography in red and black. Please note: we have several other maps from the Forest Service of this vintage (1920s-1940s) including Oregon, Mount Baker, Columbia, Snoqualmie, Rainier, and Chelan National Forests (WA), plus Deschutes, Santiam, Willamette, Umpqua, Rogue River and Crater Lake.....
A vintage Crater Lake National Forest Map map, issued in 1925 by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture/Forest Service. Folds out to 24" x 27" with one side having information on recreation for sportsmen and campers, resources, lakes and other points of interest plus a pledge for prevention of fire in the forests. The other side is the map of the Crater Lake National Forest in red and black. This map also available in the 1930 issue date. Please note: we have several other maps from the Forest Service of this.....
An oversized poster of world dog breeds with over 200 black and white photographs showing "with few exceptions" actual, official champions of the various breeds as listed by the American Kennel Club. Names and spellings are according to AKC listing. Below the champion photos is information on each pup including the correct color of coat, texture and length of coat, country of origin, and allowable sizes with the data based on "official judging standards of perfection." Arranged by show groups, a total of six, being the Sporting or gun dog.....
Designed by Joseph P. Sims and "derived from Youatt, Stonehenge, Watson and many other sources", this is the 1942 second printing of this map originally issued in 1933. Depicting 66 breeds, numbered, and with the corresponding numbers showing location of origin on the center world map. The map states: "On the border of this Map are shown most of the breeds of dogs recognized by the American Kennel Club. With each breed is shown the country from which it came, the approximate date of founding of the breed, the maximum.....
Originally copyrighted in 1936, this version was later printed in full color in the 1940s/1950s. There have been various editions of this print issued by Jo Mora Publications, in different coloring. This version, being on semi-glossy paper, is determined to be the 1950 edition. Joseph Jacinto Mora was born in 1876 in Montevideo, Uruguay and his family immigrated to the United States in 1880, landing in New York. Jo studied art and became a cartoonist, moving to California in the early 1900s and to Carmel in 1921. He also was.....
John Dukes McKee's American Folklore & Legends pictorial map, circa 1950, referencing both historical and fictional characters and events from American history (and including many of the derogatory caricatures and stereotypes of the 1950s). With a reference at lower left "From Living in Our America © Scott, Foresman and Company". See condition notes, the print could trimmed or mat framed to hide the blemishes noted (the ample unprinted border is 2.25" on all sides).
Condition: Fair, with edgewear and multiple pinholes in four corners, some torn out with areas of.....