Deep into the psychedelic age, poster artist Lee Conklin took the notion of visual hallucination to a whole new level with his twisted, writhing images of figures, faces, and hands morphing into… what is that thing, anyway? Commissioned specially by Bill Graham to create poster art for the Fillmore shows, Conklin's style is one of the most distinctive to emerge from the '60s art scene. This concert poster for the Yardbirds is especially notable, as it promotes one of the last appearances by the famed group before Jimmy Page led them into the New Yardbirds, who then, of course, became Led Zeppelin.
The poster was only printed once before the concert. It measures 14" x 21 1/8".
Our unparalleled collection of concert posters feature performers from decades ago to the present day. Virtually all of our concert posters are in mint condition, and many are signed by the headline performer or the graphic artist.