Jack White Creates A Triple Decker Poster For His Nashville Shows
Throughout the course of history, there are not many musicians as innovative as Jack White.
The delightfully eccentric rock star is now celebrating his first charted number one album with his recent solo work Blunderbuss and his record label–Third Man Records–has kept up accordingly with balloon music delivery systems, party favor vinyl that is nearly impossible to play, and White’s plans to be the first-ever person to play vinyl in space.
Most recently, White has unveiled a video of a Triple Decker Poster that was created, designed, and printed by Matthew Jacobsen and Bryce McCloud for White’s Ryman Auditorium Nashville, Tennessee shows with the Alabama Shakes.
According to the Third Man Records website, the Triple Decker Poster is “composed of three separate posters that when combined create an all new poster on it’s own… It’s kind of a ‘fourth wall’ inter-dimensional type thing and you’re going to want one, two, or all three of these posters.”
The Black poster, or the bottom poster is letterpressed and features a peacock and vulture egg. The White poster is laser-cut and features no ink, but a cut-out peacock. The Blue poster features a vulture. All three posters includes Jack White’s logo.
The posters will only be available at the Ryman Auditorium shows and only 150 were made of each.
You can play around with the posters at ThirdManRecords.com.
–Nadia Noir, CBS Radio Los Angeles