Poster advertising a concert by The Timeline Post, Drane, and House Harkonnen on August 20 of an unknown year, at Club Indigo, Dallas, Texas. Poster features an image of a whale floating in front of the sun in a red sky, with event information below in red, black and white text.
Poster advertising a concert by A Storm of Light, Via Vengeance, and Akkolyte on Wednesday, February 24, 2010, at RGRS (Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios), Denton, Texas. Poster features a color apocalyptic image of a wolf, a dead tree, and a missile in the middle of a street in front of a mountainous landscape. The headlining band name is printed below the image in cream and red text, while other event information is handwritten in black marker.
Poster advertising a concert tour by The Mountain Goats in August and September of 2018, through several U.S. states. Poster features a central illustration of a cloaked figure holding a downward turned sword, standing above the band name and flanked by two scrolls listing each concert date. Poster printed in CMYK and light blue.
Poster advertising a concert by Fair to Midland, Drane, Thru the Heather, and hk (The House Harkonnen) on Saturday, February 21 2009, at Club Indigo, Dallas, Texas. Photocopied handbill features black and white text and a faint illustration or pattern in the background.
Poster advertising a North American concert tour by Mastodon, including an attached ticket stub for the show on Wednesday, November 11, 2009, at House of Blues, Dallas, Texas. Poster is printed in magenta, cyan, and white ink on black paper and features the band name, tour dates and cities, and an illustration of a creature with a horned skull and protruding brain. The attached ticket stub indicates that the Dallas show was presented by Adult Swim and opened with the band Dethklok.
Poster advertising the Dead Week Print Show, presented by Pan Ector, Gutterth, and P.A.N.T.S. (Printmaking Association of North Texas Students) with live music by Pinkish Black, Dear Human, and Peopleodian on Saturday, December 11, 2010, at Rubber Gloves, Denton, Texas. The event included art by P.A.N.T.S. in the Meme Gallery and live screenprinting by Pan Ector. Poster by Taylor McClure features an illustration of several drawn faces and event information in hand-drawn text in tan, orange, black, and teal green ink.
Poster advertising a concert tour by Desaparecidos in the Fall of 2013 in various U.S. cities, including the October 30 show at The Mohawk, Austin, Texas. Poster features an illustration of a figure wrapped in an American flag, in front of turquoise rays, with the band name and tour stop cities printed around them.
Poster advertising a concert by The Paper Chase, This Was the Year to Lose Friends, and Memorize on Monday, January 22, 2007, at The Conservatory, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Poster features an illustration of an antlered girl standing atop a car in a junkyard, surrounded by trees and fireflies at night, printed in shades of blue, black and white.
Handbill advertising a concert by The Timeline Post as part of the North Texas New Music Festival on October 1, 2004, at Club Clearview, Dallas, Texas. Handbill features an illustration of a cloud raining down water in shades of orange, with event details in white text.
Poster advertising a concert by Power Animal, Br'er, Geistheistler, and Kampfgrounds on Saturday, November 7, 2009, at Majestic Dwelling of Doom, Denton, Texas. Poster features hand-drawn text and an illustration of a man with big, unruly hair and beard and three inverted crosses on his forehead, in black ink on white paper. A speech bubble from the man's mouth reads, "Happy 30th Sloan!"
Poster advertising a concert by Enon, Octopus Project, and Tokyo Police Club on September 15, 2006, at Hailey's, Denton, Texas. Poster features an illustration of two white bears sitting astride a pentagram with purple and blue ghost-like creatures and event detail text floating above them. Some band members signed and drew additional illustrations on the poster in black marker.
Poster advertising a concert tour by Matt and Kim in February and March of 2006, in the states of NY, DC, VA, NC, GA, FL, AL, MS, TX, AK, TN, and MD. Poster features a diagram type illustration of a tour van and text in black and gold ink. Poster is signed by band members.
Poster advertising a concert by Pelican, Mono, and The Life and Times on May 22, 2006, at Hailey's Denton, Texas. Poster features a collaged seascape of golden water, xeroxed landform, and blue and white floral sky, with event details in black and gold print.
Poster advertising a concert by The Timeline Post and HK (The House Harkonnen) on Friday, July 1st, 2011(?), at the Red Blood Club, Dallas, Texas. Poster features a movie poster-like design, with event details in white and red text under a red photographic image.
Poster advertising a two-day concert showcase presented by Mad World Records, marking the occasion of the store's third anniversary, on Friday, March 7 and Saturday, March 8, 2014, at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios, Denton, Texas. Poster is printed in green and magenta ink on the blank side of a record sleeve, and features a central radial design of the participating band names encircling a split illustration of a man yelling and a chimpanzee in an astronaut's helmet. The right side of the design lists The Baptist Generals, Cornhole, The Banes, Bad Design, and Brent Best performing on Friday, March 7. The left side of the design lists The Reds, Radioactivity, John Wesley Coleman, Old Warhorse, and Dim Locator performing on Saturday, March 8.
Poster advertising the First Annual 28th Fest concert by Spooky Folk, Babar, New Science Projects, Peopleodian, and Cool Womb on March 20, 2013, at J & J's Pizza on the square, Denton, Texas. Poster features an illustration of a grid of bearded faces on a blue background to the right of event details in various red fonts on a pink background.
Poster advertising the Dead Week Print Show with music by Zorch, New Fumes, Summer of Glaciers, Def Rain, and Ulnae on Friday, December 7, 2012, at Rubber Gloves, Denton, Texas. Event was presented by Gutterth, Pan Ector, and P.A.N.T.S (Printmaking Association of North Texas Students). Print exhibition was held in the Meme Gallery at Rubber Gloves. Poster features a central illustration of a hand with two severed fingers holding an eyeball, surrounded by torn banner pieces with event information text, in blue, orange, yellow, and purple ink.
Poster advertising a concert by Daniel Folmer and Rifle Recoil on August 24, 2006, at J&J's, Denton, Texas. Poster features a collaged image of a hawk shooting red laser beams from its eyes onto a person and cutout white cloud shapes, bullet shapes, and a rectangle containing the handwritten event details. The three white cloud shapes read, "real mellow show".
Poster advertising a SXSW Showcase by Balmorhea, Ola Podrida, and Sleep Whale presented by Western Vinyl, and Arborea and Ora Cogan presented by Borne Recordings, along with special guests Matthew and the Arrogant Sea, on Saturday, March 20, 2010, at St. David's Bethell Hall, Austin, Texas. Poster features event details in light blue text against a photographic image of a blue sky and rock formation. The showcase was part of the annual South by Southwest (SXSW) music festival.
Poster advertising a concert by Ava Luna, Cerulean Giallo, Celestial Shore, and Zorch on January 21, 2013, at Macaroni Island, Denton, Texas. Poster features an illustration of a mouth with the hand-drawn band names pouring out into a sauce pot, in blue, purple, pink, chartreuse, and black ink. Event details appear in white text across the black pot.
Poster advertising a concert by Dust Congress and Hotel Brotherhood on January 26, 2008, at Dan's Silverleaf, Denton, Texas. Poster features a western floral design in black and magenta ink above event details in hand-drawn text.
Poster advertising a concert called Latitude: Musique Sans Frontieres, presented by Kunsthaus, featuring performances by Baptist Generals, Sleep Whale (Mom), Morning Elephant, Chameleon Chamber Group, Bridges and Blinking Lights, RTB2, and Boxcar Bandits. The concert took place on Saturday, May 30, 2009, at Opening Bell Coffee, Dallas, Texas. Poster features an illustration of a world globe as a balloon on a string against a light pink background with event details in dark pink text. Poster is printed front and back with the name and email address of an event booker handwritten on the back.
Poster advertising Gutterth Live: Episode XXI, a concert by Florene, Doyen, Sunnybrook, and Cereboso on Saturday, April 26, 2008, at J&J's Pizza, Denton, Texas. Poster features a collaged image of an electrical outlet overloaded with plugged in cords, some white circles, and black text over a graph paper background.