10 Great Gig Posters + Free Exhibition

Print readers will know Powerhouse Factories from the brilliant cover they created for our June 2013 Color Issue, alongside their rock posters and brand work. Art and design lovers who have passed through Cincinnati in the last few years will know the 21c Museum Hotel for its contemporary design and fantastic curated exhibitions (also, next time you see Debbie Millman, ask her about the Yellow Penguin).

Powerhouse and 21c have teamed up for their second annual “Flooded” exhibition—a free, single-night event that will take place 7–11 p.m. Sept. 19 at 21c. A collaboration between 21c, Powerhouse, Josh Mattie of the Contemporary Arts Center and regional screen printing studios (including Southpaw Prints, Cryptogram, TOMMYINK, Neltner Small Batch, Madpixel, BLDG and Rob Warnick), “Flooded” highlights the art of handcrafted screen-printed gig posters. More than 30 works will be on display, and Cincinnati indie band State Song will be performing live at the event, rounding out the conceptual mix of design and music.

As a sneak peak, here’s a selection of 10 gig posters from the show.



By Madpixel


By Southpaw Prints



By Powerhouse Factories


Panda Bear_BLDG




By Cryptogram



By Neltner Small Batch



By Neltner Small Batch



By Neltner Small Batch






By Rob Warnick

Zachary Petit is the senior managing editor of Print.



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One thought on “10 Great Gig Posters + Free Exhibition

  1. dannymolt

    I love the ‘Fun’ poster design by Tommy ink, its retro yet bang up to date as a modern poster design for a cool trendy brand. I am a big fan of poster printings and being a graphic designer I often create screenprint style posters of my own. I recently brought a similar poster print albeit ‘less striking’ from http://www.print-print.co.uk good price with Next Day delivery. All good 🙂