BBelow you will find links to pages that may be of interest to collectors of Fillmore-era posters.
Wes Wilson was responsible for creating many of the early Family Dog and Bill Graham posters. His style was unique and resulted in many of the most highly sought after posters of both series.
Eric King is considered by most people to be the ultimate authority on posters from the Fillmore Era. Eric publishes an indispensable book that can be ordered from his website. In addition, for $20 per item, plus return postage, Eric will authenticate any Bill Graham, Family Dog, or Grande Ballroom item. Be sure to check out this important resource.
The Rock Poster Society is the planet's largest organized group of rock poster collectors, artists, and dealers. TRPS (as we are known and pronounced like “trips”) is an eclectic, non-profit, non-denominational, committed and focused volunteer group who have as their common bond an overriding joy in the art of the rock poster, be it Fillmore and Avalon, punk, boxing style, off-the-wall or just plain bonafide out-there.
Randy Tuten is the only poster artist to span 5 decades designing for The Fillmore. He remains a prolific poster designer today and still a regular producer for Bill Graham Presents and other promoters. Tuten's work has long been recognized for its seminal influence in the art of modern rock and roll, and has been featured in major museum exhibits as well as in several important book-length retrospective studies of rock art.
The Deadhead’s Online Bible: set lists, forums, essays, Tape of the Day, Tapers’ Corner, links, and much more. The site for everything related to the Grateful Dead.