Poster advertising a concert by Baboon and Record Player on May 13th of an unknown year, at 317 Bryan Street, Denton, Texas. Poster features an illustration of two red figures' faces, one having three eyes and the other having one eye, with their green tongues extended and touching. Event details are printed below the image in red text on a black background.
Original artwork by Nevada Hill for a screen-printed poster. This is a black marker drawing on vellum tracing paper, representing one layer of a screen-printed design, and used to burn the image onto a screen for the screen-printing process.
Promotional poster for the band, The Sweet Nothings. Poster features a black and white photocopied image of the band members standing in front of a sink, with the band name overlaid in black type above their heads and contact information printed below.
Photocopy reproduction of a promotional photograph of the band, Brave Combo. Photograph is a black and white image of four band members posed in front of a wall of plastic Halloween masks. The band name, Brave Combo, is printed across the top above the photograph.
Poster advertising a concert by Last Rites and Stoned Ed on Saturday, February 18th, at The Library, Denton, Texas. Poster features a photocopied photograph of four people laughing, with hand drawn text in the lower left corner and down the right hand side, on light orange paper.
Poster advertising a concert by Salt Lick and The Lones on Wednesday, March 2oth, at Main Event. Poster features a black and white photograph looking up at a seated, cross-legged man and the bottom of his cowboy boot. The photograph is on the left side of the poster, with handwritten text on the right side.
Poster advertising a concert by The Cowtippers with Maniac Time at The Library, a music venue on Hickory St.. Poster features a small drawing of a person sneaking up behind a sleeping cow and hand drawn or hand written text.
Poster advertising a concert by The Lones and Salt Lick on March 20th, at Main Event. Poster features hand drawn text across the top and the bottom of the page with a black and white photograph of a smiling baby's face over radiating black and white lines in the center of the page.
Poster advertising a concert by Whitey on Friday the 22nd, at Main Event, Denton, Texas. Admission was $2.00. Poster features a black and white drawing of Ray Charles on a background of black and white diagonal lines radiating from the bottom right hand corner, with hand lettered text.
Poster advertising a concert by Maxine's Radiator and Check on Thursday, August 29th, 1996, at Mr. Gatti's, 118 W. Oak, Denton, Texas. Poster features black and white text giving event details over an image of a face, with an image of an astronaut floating inside a shuttle chamber in the bottom right corner.
Poster advertising a concert by Skeleton Kids, The Oddfellows, and The Blanks on Saturday, April 25, at Rubber Gloves, Denton, Texas. The photocopied poster features the three band names/logos in black and white and event details in black text. Text across the top of the poster reads, "do you remember when punk rock was young?"
Poster advertising Rock Lottery 2 on Sunday, September 14th, 1997, at 10 pm, at Dan's Bar in Denton, Texas. The front of the poster features text explaining the Rock Lottery event and process, event details, and a photograph of a hand drawing a piece of paper out of the Rock Lottery hat. The back of the poster features photographs labeled with the chosen band names and listing the members of each of the five bands created at the event. The poster is photocopied on yellow paper.
Poster advertising a concert by Royal Trux, Low, Jetscreamer, and Mandarin on Friday, September 18, 1998, at Rubber Gloves, 411 E. Sycamore, Denton, Texas. Poster features a high-contrast black and white photocopied image of a person with long hair, cowboy hat, and tee shirt standing with on hand on their hip and their face turned away from the viewer. Band names, record label names, and event information is printed around and below the image in black text. The cost of the show is listed as $6 or 7.
Poster advertising a concert by Jetscreamer and Hairpin Curve on Friday, December 11, 1998 at 7:00 pm at The X in Denton, Texas. Poster features black type giving event information with a black and white digitally modified illustration of a nude sitting in a chair. Additional text on the poster notes that the event is an in-store cd release.
Poster advertising a concert by Jetscreamer and Hairpin Curve on Friday, December 11, 1998 at 7:00 pm at The X in Denton, Texas. Poster features black type giving event information over a black and white illustration of robots shooting missiles in an explosive battle. Additional text on the poster notes that the event is an in-store cd release.
Poster advertising a concert by Jetscreamer, Pointy Shoe Factory, and The Hammicks on Thursday, February 19, at Rubber Gloves, 411 E. Sycamore, Denton, Texas. Poster lists event details in black text under an illustration of an eye/iris on top of an ear in the center of black and white concentric circles.
Poster advertising a concert by Stumptone, The Ditch Kids, and Mod Lang on Thursday, September 3 at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios. Poster features a background collage of portraits of historical leaders and black, handwritten text giving event details.
Newspaper clipping of a news brief in The North Texas Daily on Thursday, July 9, 1998, covering the ceasing of music performances at Mr. Gatti's Pizza on the Square in Denton, Texas. The brief mentions that the final musical performance at the venue featured the bands Socially Retarded, Jetscreamer, and The Banes.