Category Archives: Handbills & Flyers

Acid Test Poster UCLA 1966 Los Angeles – Crazy, Unique, Never-Seen Artwork

A truly wild, but unfortunately never used, original UCLA 1966 Can You Pass The Acid Test show poster that dazzles the eye and the bends the imagination. This thing is small… about the size of an 8×10” handbill… but all … Continue reading

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FD-2 Salute to Hongo Ishi Rare Handbill – Wes Wilson Alternate Artwork

An alternate FD-2 Salute to Hongo Ishi concert handbill that was either shelved and never used, or distributed very sparingly at best. The FD-2 that everyone knows is called “King Kong Memorial Dance” and features a photograph of a large … Continue reading

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A Tribute to Ming the Merciless Flyer 1965 Family Dog

An early, psychedelic concert handbill for A Tribute to Ming the Merciless, a November 1965 dance-concert in San Francisco, CA. The event took place at Longshoremen’s Hall in the Fisherman’s Wharf area of San Francisco. There was also a Tribute … Continue reading

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Doors Handbill April 1967 Merced, CA – First Use of Band Logo

A very early Doors flier dating to April 1967, in attractive orange and green colors, which is the earliest known instance of The Doors’ famous logo being used on a concert poster or handbill. This very early Doors poster is … Continue reading

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Mime Troupe Appeal II Dance-Concert Flyer – 1st Bill Graham Fillmore Show

A historic, genuine S.F. Mime Troupe Appeal II Dance-Concert handbill from December 1965, featuring the up & coming Jefferson Airplane. This piece is notable because it was Bill Graham’s first-ever show at the famed Fillmore Auditorium, which would go on … Continue reading

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