Soundgarden Houston 92 Kozik

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Thu Jul 18, 2019 11:06 am

Still in love, even after all these years

Anyone go to the Poster Museum in NYC? Any good? Thinking about making a fall trip out that way
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Fri Aug 02, 2019 9:00 am

Happy to have been able to add number 20 to my collection!
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Wed May 27, 2020 11:50 pm

Over the years I always thought there were a handful of people on ebay selling cropped versions of the pink lady poster. But does the description of recently ended ebay auction eBay 313087963682 explain it?

"Original Rare Concert Poster! 4/30/1992. At: The Unicorn, Houston TX. From my personal collection, only one poster available! Actual photo pictured. Numbered Limited Edition of 2,500.

Artrock printed a few of these on the Beastie Boys 92-46 poster sized 26" inches x 30" inch paper. I was able to obtain this one as it was printed in 92. Very nice for framing! To Clarify: This is an actual photo of this poster. It is not cropped. It is as you see it, as it was printed. A beautiful printing!

Mint Condition! Poster measures approx. 26” inches x 30” inches in size. Hand Silkscreen Printed. High quality "bright white" poster stock. Professionally stored flat for proper conservation. Numbered at bottom in pencil by artist: Frank Kozik. Unsigned."
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