Chicago is a city that loves its parades. St. Patrick’s Day to Thanksgiving, presidential inaugurations to baseball championships, and Helenic Heritage to Pride – there are plenty of opportunities to hit the streets and fly your freak flag. For the 2017 Lollapalooza poster, street artist Pixelpancho played on that tradition and imagined Lollapalooza as an old-timey street fair complete with marching band. His version gets a surrealist spin with the musicians as robots, one of his signature motifs, powered not by gears but by the greenery of Grant Park. While the execution is vintage in style, they march forward to today, when Lollapalooza will once again fill Chicago’s streets with music. We’ve reproduced the art in a very special edition. As with all of our posters, we only print one run and once sold out will not be re-issued.
Signed & Numbered Edition $175 – Silkscreened with 13 colors on heavyweight, 100% cotton rag paper. Printed in a numbered edition of 325 that is also signed by both Pixelpancho and Lollapalooza/Jane’s Addiction founder Perry Farrell. 24″x 30″