Posters

 1980 

A rare silk-screened full size color poster for a bill promoting three groups featured on “Marty Thau Presents 2X5” compilation.

 1981

This poster was used for concerts promoting Call Me records European release of the Band’s first album.


This small Xerox poster/flyer was used for club dates in NYC. To save time between gigs, it was designed so it could be reused. The club name and date could be changed quickly, using photo copies of letters from an old Speedball sign lettering booklet.

This battered, hand-colored version was stolen from the counter at the copyshop, and surfaced for sale on Ebay twenty-five years later.


Used for various dates including the Peppermint Lounge and the Ritz in NYC. The full size 2ft x 3ft poster was professionaly printed, and the venue and date were quickly scrawled in by the band with Sharpie markers in the bottom white area.


A bumper-sticker sized Xerox poster, carrying the slogan
“Dance till you die” was used in NYC.


The first French poster, created by band promoter and marketing genius Fabrice Nataf early in his music business career. He used the Mondino album photo, rub-on lettering called presstype, which he then distressed using spattered white-out.


An early French poster, letterpress printed 1ft x 3ft, used in Paris.


An early French poster, letterpress printed 1ft x 3ft, used in Paris.


This poster says it all: fame, fortune, an unlimited amount of resources, and absolute control over marketing.

 1983 

Poster for the Exo 7 concert in Rouen, France letterpress printed 1′ x 3′.


Poster for a date in Perpignan, France, letterpress printed 1′ x 3′.

 1984  

Large 3′ x 4′ color poster produced by Virgin Records and Europe1 national radio station for general promotion.

 MORE US PRESS:
Club Ads
Tickets & Passes


Lyn Byrd and Comateens drummer Chuck Sabo on tour in France.

 MORE US PRESS:
Club Ads
Tickets & Passes