There is still a free spot for decent art in your place? Our in-house curator recommends this one to you. With this extraordinary poster, you seem to be able to hear the sounds of Folsom State Prison and stand among the cheering crowd. Captured in the finest pencil technique, you definitely need the cool "Man in Black" for the daily outlook on a piece of music history!
Handmade MIB design as a work of art for your home.
Against the concerns of his record company, the Man in Black realized his dream on Jan. 13, 1968, to be the first musician to record a live album in prison: Folsom State Prison. Of all places, in such a dreaded and unpredictable place, in the midst of outlaws and troublemakers, he laid a major milestone in music history. On a shabby plank stage and with only a brief "Hello, I'm Johnny C." to greet them, he lit the proverbial fire and got the inmates cheering. The concert went so well that it was used almost entirely for the album. An album that seems raw and almost untreated by the clanging of the doors, the heckling and announcements - but all the more authentic for it. Not without reason it sold over 6 million copies and was voted 88th in the "500 Greatest Albums of All Time" by Rolling Stone magazine.
Rumble59 posters are printed on extra sturdy paper. The combination of high-quality printing and thick paper ensures a highly durable decoration for your home. Elaborated in high and loving details and printed in maximum resolution are these illustrations a real piece of art for your walls. Whether it's hanging in your living room, garage or rehearsal room: The unique poster by Rumble59 look great everywhere. Grab more than only one - one as a gift or just all for yourself.
The Rumble59 "Folsom Prison Blues" poster at a glance:
- High-quality printing
- Heavy/strong paper (250 g/sqm)
- Large size (DIN A1, 59 cm x 84 cm / 23" x 33")
- Additional information: Each poster is safely packed and will therefore reach you in the best condition.
Rumble59 offers unique posters for lovers of rock'n'roll style! No question: The poster "Folsom Prison Blues" should be in every decent rockabilly household!