The musicians and artists of San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury scene of the late 1960s were made iconic thanks to the music of bands like the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane and Janis Joplin. Arguably, the Dead themselves were made immortal by the concert posters created for them by Stanley Mouse.
Starting at noon Sunday (10/28) at the Brooklyn Bowl, Mr. Mouse will be in the house showcasing posters commissioned for Moonalice, the San Francisco band fronted by Roger McNamee. The band will perform at the Bowl on that evening.
McNamee, who along with a cat named Bono leads one of tech’s leading VCs Elevation Partners, is passionate about saving the art of the rock poster one at a time.
Moonalice commissions one poster for every show they do with Mouse being one of the main contributors. Check out more Moonalice art here.