Only two left. This poster was for a show on our Gods of Convenience tour that was so poorly attended we didn't even play. Even weirder, the venue went to the trouble of having these made and didn't put them up until the day of the show. It's a lovely memento of a not so amazing summer night in 2005 near Cincinnati, OH.
Choose white or "natural". Each one is signed and numbered by the artist. She contacted us only a few weeks before this show offering to make posters for it but we'd already chosen Hans Rickheit's alien face art for this show. That didn't stop her. She made this art and dropped off the posters at Josh's house. We never met her. Only a few left of each color.
Only 4 left. These were from our first and last performance at the Athenaeum in Chicago. They held a blood drive which was a GREAT idea. Unfortunately, they also had a dreadfully boring silent film expert speak before we played and he put everyone to sleep. Rock on, Chicago!
Only 2 left. We played our score for "The Unknown" as the movie was projected onto a wall in the second most wide-open, cacophonous room we've ever played. Chatter from attendees was louder than us. It was one of our highest paying gigs at the time. We also got a bunch of free dinosaur masks!