Original music promo printed on glossy cardboard stock
The dancing miniskirted figure is a superb example of the loose, evocative illustrative style that made Eula highly sought after by fashion and theatrical clients alike during New York's go-go 1960s and 70s. This dance-til-dawn event was a production of the Cercle d'Or Club, run by Olivier Coquelin, the high-octane Frenchman who single-handedly created the city's discotheque scene in those years.
Rare Grateful Dead promo poster. Printed on thin glossy stock
Rare promo poster created to promote the album in 1975.
A metromedia stereo station. San Francisco (illustraton of the dj's and local musicians)
Underground KMPX is alive and well under San Francisco at 107 fm (printed on matte thick cardboard stock). This is an extremely rare promotional poster created in the late 60's or early 70's.