Original Artwork, Artist's Proofs, and Related Stuff

Last updated 12/11/2020

Continental Club, Austin Texas, February 1983, original B & W artwork for a monthlly calendar flyer for this legendary Austin music club. Artists featured that month include Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Butch Hancock, Leroi Brothers, bluesman W.C. Clark, and others. Artwork is 18" x 24" black india ink on art paper, all hand lettered with some cartoon drawing including one of George Washington(!). Artist's credit is "Ranza and Barbara Inc. In Friona." For an illustration, click here. This is a rather remarkable item from the heyday of the Austin club scene, featuring its most famous bar band player (Stevie Ray Vaughan) in one of the most legendary clubs in a town full of them. Asking $600 for this item; truly one of a kind.

Grateful Dead, Jefferson Starship, Boz Scaggs, Country Joe McDonald, 5/28/1982, Moscone Center, San Francisco, California; benefit for Vietnam Veterans project; image by Randy Tuten with purple background, pink lettering, top image of a globe with the country of Vietnam on it and a red rose over the top; beautiful design, one of Tuten's nicer 80s vintage posters. This is a SET OF FOUR PROGRESSIVE PROOFS: one full color 18 x 24 uncut sheet of two posters, and three sheets of partial printings, one black and white and the other two with various color layers added. Nice little set; NM- clean but with a bit of minor storage age. $300.00. Price cut..

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