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GRATEFUL DEAD POSTERS

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FD-40-OP-1   THE GRATEFUL DEAD - STEVE MILLER BLUES BAND - MOBY GRAPE - December 23 & 24, 1966 at the Avalon Ballroom - First Printing Concert Poster produced by Bindweed Press - 14 1/4" x 19 15/16" - Printed on thick vellum stock -The infamous & iconic "Pagan Santa" artwork by Victor Moscoso - Pristine A/A- copy - Inquire for Availability and Price

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/Ebay/fd40h.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE -HUMAN BE-IN "A GATHERING OF TRIBES FOR A HUMAN BE-IN" - TIMOTHY LEARY - RICHARD ALPERT - ALLEN GINSBERG - GARY SNYDER - JERRY RUBIN - MICHAEL McCLURE - LENORE KANDEL - Jan 14, 1967 at Golden Gate Park in S.F. - First Printing Be-In Festival Poster - 14" x 20" - The foregoing bands are NOT listed on the posted, though they did play for this seminal event - The now infamous quintessential Be-In artwork by Stanley Mouse and the late, great Alton Kelley - HAND SIGNED by Stanley Mouse in black ink at the lower left edge of the image and by Alton Kelley in gold ink at the lower right edge (see clickable image links below) - Ultra Rare - Pristine A- Condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price 

Full view of the poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/California/human_be-in_mouse_and_kelley.jpg

Kelley signature close up view:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/California/human_be-in_mouse_and_kelley_signaturealton.jpg

Mouse signature close up view:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/California/human_be-in_mouse_and_kelley_signaturemouse.jpg

Both signatures in close up mode:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/California/human_be-in_mouse_and_kelley_signatures.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - DAILY FLASH - LOVE-IN -July 13, 14 & 15, 1967 at Agradome & Dante's Inferno in Vancouver, B.C. - 2nd Printing Silkscreen Poster - 18" x 25" - Artwork by Bob Masse' and given a full color, entire page in the Art of Rock, plate 3.179 on page 309 - Signed and numbered, limited edition of 1,000 copies, high quality silkscreen / serigraph print produced as an authorized printing in 1991 - Pristine A/A- Condition - Inquire for Availability and Current Price  

While it looks much better in the Art of Rock, here's a small image of the Dante's Inferno Grateful Dead poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/bob_masse_silkscreen.jpg

Full view of the actual signed and numbered serigraph:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/bob_masse_serigraph.jpg

Close-up of the Grateful Dead lettering and the top half of the girl at the top of the poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/bob_masse_serigraph_lettering.jpg

Close-up of the lower left corner:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/bob_masse_serigraph_llc.jpg

Close-up of the lower right corner:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/bob_masse_serigraph_lrc.jpg

 

 

 

TRIP OR FREAK - GRATEFUL DEAD - BIG BROTHER AND THE HOLDING COMPANY - QUICKSILVER - Halloween Show notoriously entitled "Trip or Freak" - October 31, 1967 at Winterland Auditorium in S.F. - 2nd Printing Quality Serigraph (Silkscreened Poster) - 19 1/2" x 35 3/4" - See page 185, plate 2.183 in the ART OF ROCK for a huge full color image of the original concert poster - This serigraph, the 2nd printing of the poster in a mega / much larger size format, was produced by "Best Comix and Rock Art Gallery" in S.F.... in 1991, shortly before Rick's fatal motorcycle accident, thus Rick only signed a small number of posters himself - Print run was listed on the posters as being limited to 500 - This printing is nearly twice the size of the original concert poster! - My copy is hand signed by Alton Kelley in pencil at the bottom left corner edge, along with the print number & hand embossed Pyramid logo, for authenticity's sake (click on the linked images below to view the closeup of this info as it appears on the actual serigraph) - Pristine A/A- to A- Condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price 

Full view of the serigraph / silkscreen poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/trip_or_freak_serigraph.jpg

Close-up of the Phantom's face:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/trip_or_freak_serigraph_face.jpg

Close-up of the "Trip or Freak" lettering at the top of the serigraph:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/trip_or_freak_serigraph_lettering.jpg

Close-up of the hand embossed Pyramid symbol, the hand number of the serigraph and hand pencil signature of Alton Kelley (RIP):

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/trip_or_freak_serigraph_kelley_signature_numbered.jpg

Close-up view of Rick Griffin's lettering at the bottom of the print, along with Kelley's signature in pencil:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/trip_or_freak_serigraph_kelley_lettering.jpg

Close-up view of the lower left corner:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/trip_or_freak_serigraph_llc.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - TAJ MAHAL and 14 Northwest acts - 3 days August 21-23, 1969 BULLFROG 2 FESTIVAL near St. Helens, Oregon - First/Only Printing Concert Poster - 14 1/4" x 20 1/2" - Old engraving / illustration of boy with dog, playing pennywhistle in the foreground of an agrarian scene - Old English style lettering above image with ornamental border - Red on textured orange paper in two shades - Two clean 1/4" tears at right margin have been restored from the backside, tack hole at each corner and 3 extra tack holes at top edge, one at bottom center edge, also filled in by restoration though still evident upon close inspection - Several edge areas where tape was moved....easily matted out - A few stains are visible from the backside only - Highly frameable as is! - I've seen two copies in 9+ years of skulking for concert posters in the Portland area - Ultra Mega Rare - Destined to remain one of THE rarest Dead posters - Beautiful B/B+ to B+ Condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Poor scan photo taken in overly bright lighting:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/roll01/Pic00026.jpg

Post Restoration photos of the Bullfrog 2 poster described above:

Full view of the poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/bullfrog2.jpg

View of the upper right hand corner of the poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/bullfrog2_urc.jpg

View of the upper left hand corner of the poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/bullfrog2_ulc.jpg

View of the lower right hand corner of the poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/bullfrog2_lrc.jpg

Close-up of the lower right corner (larger view than above) of the Bullfrog 2 poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/bullfrog2_lrhc.jpg

Close-up of the lower left corner of the Bullfrog 2 poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/bullfrog2_llc.jpg

View of the back side of the Bullfrog 2 poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/bullfrog2_backside.jpg

 

Click on the link below to view Oregon newspaper articles etc. which were generated by the Bullfrog 2 planning & concert itself:

http://home.earthlink.net/~deadtraders/images/Bullfrog.html

 

 

AOXOMOXOA - GRATEFUL DEAD - SONS OF CHAMPLIN - INITIAL SHOCK - Jan 24 through 26, 1969 at the Avalon Ballroom in S.F. - First Printing Concert Poster - 21 13/16" x 26 3/16" -"Soundproof Presents a Concert at the Avalon Ballroom" - Notoriously archetypal Rick Griffin full color artwork which later appeared on the cover of the Grateful Dead LP "Aoxomoxoa", the name which this poster is usually given by collectors - Reproduced in the first ART OF ROCK book on page 109, plate 2.46, as a full page image in full color! - Scarce - Pristine A- Condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Full View of Aoxomoxoa:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/aoxomoxoa_griffin.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - 1968 (circa) - First Printing Warner Bros Promotional Poster produced about the time AOXOMOXOA was released - 27" x 21 1/4" - Features close-up black and white photo of the band standing outside with whimsical expressions on their faces ....Kreutzman, Weir (shoulder length hair), Pig Pen (bandana / headband knotted on forehead, looking healthy), Garcia (possibly JUST before the beard), Lesh (collar length hair cut), Hart (with russian hat & van dyke beard) - Only has small Warner Brothers shield in lower left corner & the words  "Grateful Dead"....all the rest is photo! - This is the rarer version of this scarce promo poster since it's printed on thicker window card stock - This copy has a long horizontal bend across the middle that has a tiny amount of color flaking (hard to see, especially in a frame), a few tack holes (at corners, one each), a few more bends. Also has some hairline scratches at left area of Kreutzman's shirt - Will look GREAT in a frame as is! A reasonably good copy overall - Beautiful B/B- condition - Inquire for current price & availability

Photo taken in poor lighting, large white area at left is a reflection, poster has even coloring.

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/roll07/PIC00006.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - THE SAN FRANCISCO PALACE OF FINE ARTS FESTIVAL - August 30 & 31 through September 1 & 2, 1968 at The San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts - First Printing Festival Poster - 13 9/16" x 23 3/4" - Only the handbills listed the bands which were appearing on the different days of this four day festival and are  featured in the Art of Rock book by Paul Grushkin on page 205, plates 2.237 through 2.239, all of which feature the same imagery of the interior of the architecture of the Palace of Fine Arts, though the poster has a silver foil paper surface, it does not feature a listing of bands, since it was a generic poster to advertise the entire festival - The bands which appeared at the event include:  THE GRATEFUL DEAD - BIG BROTHER & THE HOLDING COMPANY w/ JANIS JOPLIN - SANTANA - BIG MAMA THORNTON AND THE HOUND DOG BAND featuring HARMONICA GEORGE - H.P. LOVECRAFT - QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE - SONS OF CHAMPLIN - SAN FRANCISCO MIME TROUPE - CROME SYRCUS - STEVE MILLER BAND - JOHN HANDY AND HIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA  - ACE OF CUPS - A. B. SKHY BAND - LINN COUNTY - COUNTRY WEATHER - BLACK PEARL - RANDY BOONE KALEIDOSCOPE - w/Lights by JERRY ABRAMS - HOLY SEE - THE IBIS - TEMPORARY OPTICS - GARDEN OF DELIGHTS - Scarce in this condition - Pristine A/A- to A- Condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/California/palace_of_fine_arts_festival.jpg

Close-up View:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/California/palace_of_fine_arts_festival_closeup.jpg  

 


GRATEFUL DEAD - SPIRIT OF CREATION - April 12, 1969 at the University of Utah Union Ballroom in SLC, Utah First Printing concert poster (guaranteed!) - 14 1/2" x 24 1/2" - The event was a "SDS BALL" (See page 382, plate 4.156 in the Art of Rock for full color Reproduction of this image). Richard Taylor artwork - A 2nd printing of this poster was produced decades after the concert and fortunately, the two printings are distinguishable since the reprint has a different background shade of yellow, different dot screen behind central figure) etc. - Mutant copy which has a few areas where the color is interrupted by the printing process, likely some ink or wax, etc. on the roller - This copy has a very light, mild rolling bend at top edge (difficult to detect, very shallow, should flatten under weight of glass, etc.) from exposure to humidity at one point - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine B+ to B+/A- condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Full view of a copy without printing blemishes (I do not have one, the color is different since someone else shot this image of their poster using different lighting & equipment):

http://www.postergeist.com/emf/Poster104.jpg

Full view of the variant of the poster with printing color blemishes in the color in a few spots:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/sds_utah.jpg

Bottom half of the poster (with the guitar), printing color blemishes more visible:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/sds_utah_bottom.jpg

Close up of the upper left corner (bend in the yellow background is not highly visible in this shot, since it does not break the surface of the paper):

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/sds_utah_ulc.jpg

Close up of the right side magnifying the printing color blemishes:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/sds_utah_rightside.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - NEW RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE - CHICAGO AUDITORIUM - October 21 & 22, 1971 (1972 is a possibility) - First/Only Printing Concert Poster - 15 1/16" x 29 1/32" - Features full color "Skull & Roses" artwork created for the LP and tour by the late, great, Alton Kelley - Restored copy, inquire for condition details - I've only seen one copy of this poster for this venue! - Ultra Mega Rare - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/DSC_0009.jpg



GRATEFUL DEAD - July 25 & 26, 1972 at Portland Paramount Theatre (presented by Pacific Presentations) - First and only Printing Concert Poster for this venue - 21" x 16 3 / 8" - Black and white poster with same design as featured in the ART OF ROCK 4.141, page 377 - Printed on thick white paper - Photo features Pig Pen, Jerry and the other 4 members - Staple hole at each of three corners, minor bends - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine B+ copy - Inquire for Availability & Price

Small, full view of the poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/roll01/PIC00024.jpg

Full view of the gravestone photo concert poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/portland_paramount_pigpen.jpg

Close-up view of the high contrast photo of the Dead, with Pigpen:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/portland_paramount_pigpen_closeup.jpg
 

 


GRATEFUL DEAD - Saturday, August 12, 1972 at Sacramento Memorial Auditorium (Pacific Presentations). Black and white First Printing Concert Poster (See 4.141, page 377 in the ART OF ROCK for same image, different venue) - 21" x 16 5/16" - Photo features Pig Pen, Jerry and the rest of the crew - This copy has a couple of minor small bends, hard to see from front in the black background, no color flaking at all - Uncommon / Rare - Pristine A- condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Small image of the poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/roll01/PIC00023.jpg

 


GRATEFUL DEAD - Sunday, June 24, 1973 at Portland Coliseum (Presented by Pacific Presentations) - First and only printing concert poster - 20 3/8" x 13 7/8" - Black printing on thick white paper , features high contrast black and white photo of the band w/ Garcia at left (see page 369, plate 4.114 in the ART OF ROCK for a similar Pacific Presentations poster, same photo) - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine B+ condition - Inquire for availability & current price - Beautiful B- copy (white foxing in black background along right edge) - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Full size view of the poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/database/000003gdportlandposter2.jpg

Another full size view of the poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/emf/Poster030.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - Sunday May 19, 1974 at Portland Memorial Coliseum (Presented by Pacific Presentations) - First / Only printing Concert Poster - 22 9 / 16" x 15" - Features high contrast photo of the 5 members w / Garcia at left side, art deco lettering typestyle - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine A- condition - Inquire for availability & Price - Pristine A-/B+ -Inquire for current price / availability - Beautiful B+ shape - Inquire for availability & current price - Beautiful B/B- shape - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Full size view of the 1974 concert poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/portland_1974.jpg           

Closeup view of the poster photo:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/portland_1974_closeup.jpg 

Lower right corner closeup view of the poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/portland_1974_lrhc.jpg   

Upper right corner close-up view:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/portland_1974_urhc.jpg   

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - MARIA MULDAUR - May 25, 1974 at U. Cal Santa Barbara (Presented by Pacific Presentations) - First printing concert poster - 20 5/16" x 16 7/8" - See the Art of Rock by Paul Grushkin, plate 4.115 for a small full color image of this poster - Brilliant red, turquoise with some white poster with photo images of the Dead and Maria Muldaur - Has some bends, 1/4" clean tear at bottom edge - Frameable as is! - Ultra Mega Rare - Beautiful B+ shape - Inquire for Availability & Price

Photo taken in poor lighting, colors are even at right side.

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/roll01/Pic00020.jpg

Full view of the poster using different lighting:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/santa_barbara_muldaur.jpg

Closeup view of the edge of the poster revealing a light bump:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/santa_barbara_muldaur_edgecloseup.jpg

Closeup view of the Grateful Dead photo on the poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/santa_barbara_muldaur_gdphoto.jpg

Closeup view of both of the poster photos:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/santa_barbara_muldaur_photos.jpg              

 


GRATEFUL DEAD Oct 27-28, 30-31, 1984 at the Berkeley Community Theater First Printing concert poster - 18" x 23" - Features illustration of Pharaoh looking skeleton with headphones on, steal your face logos on each phone - Red, blue, black and white on thick, white paper - Features RICK GRIFFIN artwork - The major portion of the print run of these posters were taken from Rick outside the concert in the parking lot area by the Dead's management personnel since he had produced the poster himself and was selling them on his own in the parking lot (or similar location)- Pristine A/A- to A- shape - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/roll02/PIC00011.jpg

 

 

BG-14-OP-1  QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE - BIG BROTHER AND THE HOLDING COMPANY (w/ JANIS JOPLIN ) - GRATEFUL DEAD - GREAT SOCIETY - SOPWITH CAMEL - LOVE - CHARLATANS - JAYWALKERS - GROUP B - July 1-3, 1966 at the Fillmore Auditorium - First Printing Concert Poster - Approximately 13 31/32" x 20" - Pristine B+/A- condition - Inquire for Availability & Price

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/roll08/PIC00014.jpg

 

 

BG-43-OP-1    OTIS REDDING & HIS ORCHESTRA - GRATEFUL DEAD - JOHNNY TALBOT & DE THANGS - COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH - December 20-22, 1966 at the Fillmore Auditorium - First Printing Concert Poster - Approx. 13 32/32" x 22 21/32" -  Ticket Outlets at bottom in white, with "Bill Graham Presents" credit at top, Wes Wilson artist's signature below the image - Minor bends, clean pinhole or two per corner - Will look great in a frame as is! - Beautiful B+ or a very strong B/B+ to B+ Condition - Inquire for Availability

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/roll08/PIC00015.jpg

 

 

BG-62-OP-1    GRATEFUL DEAD - PAUPERS COLLAGE- May  5 & 6, 1967 at the Fillmore Auditorium - First Printing Concert Poster - Approx 14 3/32" x 23 3/32" - Split fountain pastel colors version. Uneven coloring from printing process at bottom right corner, top has some aging in the paper - Pristine B+ shape - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/roll08/PIC00016.jpg

 

 

BG-133-OP-1   GRATEFUL DEAD - THE WHO - CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL -QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE - SPOOKY TOOTH - JAMES COTTON - MAGIC SAM - IT'S A BEAUTIFUL DAY - COLD BLOOD - KALEIDOSCOPE - August 13-25 (except 8-19), 1968 at the Fillmore West presented by Bill Graham - First/ Only Printing Double-Size Concert Poster - 21 63/64" x 28 27/64" - Full color, fantastique Rick Griffin / Alton Kelley artwork, both now RIP - Their famed BLOOM collaboration masterpiece! - Pristine A- shape - Inquire for Availability & Current Price - I also have a copy which was signed by the late, great Alton Kelley at the lower right corner - Has a minor bend at the edge which can easily be matted out prior to framing - Ultra Rare - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

http://www.postergeist.com/emf/Poster134.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - SONS OF CHAMPLIN - PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ BAND - August 30, 31 & Sept 1 at Fillmore West - First/Only Printing Concert Poster - 10 29/64" x 13 15/16" - Black printing on white paper - Produced as an alternate poster to most of the dates featured on the BG-134 poster by Lee Conklin, for the foregoing dates only - Features early black and white photo of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band (?) along with extremely crude venue info via hand lettering with blank back side - This copy has had some light restoration work, though still has a small, 1/4" diameter,  discoloration spot just below the shoe of the clarinetist at the far left in the photo, along with some very light, difficult to spot at first, light gray smudging at the lower right of the photo and at the upper left & right - I've only seen two copies thus far, though I've seen copies on a few other lists - Ultra Rare - Beautiful B/B+ to B+ Condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/scans2/GD_horizontal_Fillmore_frontside.jpg

View of the backside of the above GD poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/scans2/GD_horizontal_Fillmore_backside.jpg

 

 

BG-216-OP-1    GRATEFUL DEAD / TAJ MAHAL - BIG FOOT - Feb 5-8, 1970 at Fillmore West (Bill Graham Presents) - First printing concert poster - 13 59/64 x 21 59/64" (approximate size) - Full color collage / artwork by David Singer features small figure walking on the cap of a chanterelle mushroom with the depths of space behind, one of Singer's most popular images! - See Art of Rock Fillmore section or THE ART OF THE FILLMORE book for full color image, as well as the link below - Minor corner bend in white margin, plus one light small ding from backside (very hard to see from front) - Beautiful A-/B+ to B+ condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Scan below was created in too much light:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/Ebay/bg216.jpg

 

 

BG-287-OP-1     GRATEFUL DEAD - QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE - COLD BLOOD - SANTANA - FLAMIN' GROOVIES - IT'S A BEAUTIFUL DAY - BOZ SCAGGS - TOWER OF POWER - CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL - HOT TUNA - YOGI PHLEGM - ELVIN BISHOP GROUP - STONEGROUND - ROWAN BROTHERS - LAMB - GROOTNA - SAN FRANCISCO  MUSIC JAM - First Printing Concert Poster (this poster was printed for the first time AFTER the concert date, on slick, glossy coated stock) - Approximately 21 31/32" x 27 7/8" - Pristine A-/B+ shape - Inquire for Availability & Current Price - Pristine B+ shape - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/fillmore/bg287.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - SURFING SKELETONS - Produced in October of 1986 - First/Only Printing Quality Serigraph  (Silkscreened print/poster) - 20" x 26" - Printed by Stanley Mouse himself in 2 separate & slightly different runs of 100 copies each, they were embossed with the Mouse Studios seal and are on 22.5 pt., white, quality, "arty" type rag paper - Originally intended to be a run of 500, only 200 were printed, of which only 185 were numbered and signed by Rick Griffin - This print is numbered 41/500 - Has a 1" bend at the upper left corner, far away from the image, easy to mat out or flatten via light ironing -Ultra Rare - Pristine A-/B+ to A- Condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price 

Full view of the serigraph:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/rick_griffin_surfing_skeletons_silkscreen.jpg

Close up of the red Grateful Dead lettering at the top of the poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/rick_griffin_surfing_skeletons_silkscreen_lettering.jpg

Close up of the skeletons on their surfboards:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/rick_griffin_surfing_skeletons_silkscreen_surfboards.jpg

Close up of the lower left corner with the embossed circular image & number:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/rick_griffin_surfing_skeletons_silkscreen_numbered.jpg

Close up of the lower right corner with Griffin's signature:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/rick_griffin_surfing_skeletons_silkscreen_signature.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - SANTANA - DAVID LINDLEY - EL RAYO X - August 22 & 23, 1987 at Calaveras County Fairgrounds (Angel's Camp, CA) - First / Only printing concert poster - 19 1/8" x 12 25/32" - Full color poster features tie die image behind frog illustration, leaping off "Steal Your Face" lily pad design. Typeset lettering below. BGP-17 in the New Bill Graham Productions series. Artwork & design by Arlene Owseichik - Uncommon, getting more difficult to locate - Beautiful B/B+ to B+ shape - Inquire for Availability & Price

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/roll06/PIC00010.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - "SHAKEDOWN STREET" -1978 - Original issue Arista promotional poster printed on thin, slick promotional poster paper stock - Huge 36" x 36" - Features full color artwork by the infamous underground comix cartoonist great GILBERT SHELTON (most widely known for his Fabulous, Furry Freak Brothers comix) - Has had some minor restoration work Ultra Mega Rare - Beautiful B/B+ to B+ condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD / RECKONING - Original issue 1981 Arista promotional poster - 24" x 24" - Features RICK GRIFFIN artwork of skull & crossbones, heart with roses & phoenix, etc. - My three copies were rolled, not folded like most were for distribution - Light paper rippling at upper left corner from humidity at one point, a few minor small, unobtrusive bends from general handling - Nice, frameable condition overall! - Beautiful B/B+ to B+ condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/roll09/PIC00012.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - "BUILT TO LAST' - Original issue Arista promotional poster from 1989 - Huge, 23 3/4" x 36" - Magenta & purple background with black and white photo of the Dead, on slick paper - Has some light bending at the upper edge, light handling evident - Pristine B+ condition - 50.00

Full view of the poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/built_to_last.jpg

Close up view of the photo of the Grateful Dead:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/built_to_last_closeup.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - INFRARED ROSES - 1991 Promotional Poster - First Printing - Features full color horizontal painting by Jerry Garcia - Has three hairline vertical bends which are barely noticeable through a plastic surface layer, will look great in a frame as is! - Uncommon - Beautiful B/B- to B condition -

Full view of the INFRARED ROSES poster described above:

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GRATEFUL DEAD - SKULL AND ROSES IMAGE BY ALTON KELLEY - Officially licensed reprint produced on thin metal, copyrighted by Alton Kelley in 2005, made by VANDOR - Reprinted Concert Poster in large handbill or small poster size - 8 5/8" x 15 31/32" - Full color, vertical  reproduction of an early 70's Grateful Dead tour poster created by the late, great Alton Kelley (RIP 2007) - Still sealed in the original plastic with the company label "made in china" on the back side - Scarce these days! - Pristine A/A-condition - 75.00

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Close-up of Kelley Skull & Roses poster:

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