A massive collection of hand-printed posters is coming back to the Mondo Gallery! The National Poster Retrospecticus showcases over 150 of the most prominent poster designers from North America, including Aaron Draplin, Daniel Danger, The Decoder Ring and many, many more. Art prints and posters for bands like The Black Keys, Ice-T, Wilco will be on display at the gallery for a limited time.
"It feels awesome to be back home and to team up with our friends at Mondo again” explains show producer JP Boneyard. “This show kicks off the last leg of tour for 2016. We’ll be on the road from September—December 1st. This year we’ll be doing two receptions at the Mondo gallery. The first on September 16th and the second, a Dribbble meet up, on September 20th. We’ve put together a ton of new work for this one as well as some greatest hits from past tours. Attendees can also expect to see our new Fifty-Nine Parks Print Series on full display. We’ve been looking forward to this show for a while. We love Austin and we’re happy to be home!”
Friday, September 16th from 6-10PM
Mondo Gallery, 4115 Guadalupe Street, Austin, TX
About the National Poster Retrospecticus
The National Poster Retrospecticus is an internationally traveling poster show. Each show features select work from a collection of more than 400 hand-printed posters. The NPR represents over 150 prominent poster designers from the US and Canada. The show has traveled all over North America visiting bombed out basements, rad community spaces and fancy art galleries. The tour has even shown in venues like The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Lego HQ, Adobe Studios, and at events like SXSW and NXNE. The NPR’s mission is to celebrate posters and printmaking and help spread that enthusiasm around the world.