Scrojo The Go-Go's House of Blues Houston Texas 2012 Poster GoGo_1209
13 x 19 inches
House of Blues, Houston, TX
All items are originals in near mint or better condition unless otherwise indicated.
Scrojo is the most prolific poster artist of our time. With over 2,500 unique concert posters under his belt, Scrojo's name has become synonymous with the San Diego and Aspen live music scenes. His covers for The Art of Modern Rock series and his work for major acts from Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones to The Chainsmokers have garnered him worldwide attention.
Scrojo, as we all know, is the Hardest Working Man in the Illo Business, and still draws with a real pencil. The Belly Up Tavern has a great marketing image these days, thanks to Scrojo's posters, which are ubiquitous, and iconic. - Mary Fleener
- Since 1971 -
Specializing in Rock Concert Posters and Sports Memorabilia
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About Us Dennis King is the co-author and art director of Art of Modern Rock: The Poster Explosion. He is also the author of Art of Modern Rock Mini #1: A-Z and Art of Modern Rock Mini #2: Poster Girls. He is an internationally recognized authority on vintage and contemporary rock posters, screenprints, early sports collectibles, and Japanese pop culture memorabilia. He maintains one of the largest private rock poster collections in the world and is regularly called upon by publications, libraries and collectors worldwide for examination and appraisal services. He is also a highly respected authority on early sports cards and has been featured in numerous publications both in the United States and in Japan. In 1977 he opened King's Baseball Cards, the first full time sports memorabilia store in California.
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