Here They Come, Part II: The Poster Museum

Mike Force had a vision: to bring Seattle its first ever pop poster museum. Storefronts Seattle is proud to present the realization of that vision, opening soon at 604 Second Avenue.

The Seattle Poster Museum draws from the collections of such contemporary graphic design luminaries as Art Chantry, Shawn Wolfe, Jeff Kleinsmith (SubPop), Daniel R. Smith, Jesse LeDoux, and many more. Oh, and HOLY CRAP does it look great. The salon-style hanging and the crystal-clear prints (many signed) are impressive, and fun, and beautiful, and historic, and.. well, important.

Mike Force's Poster Museum as part of Storefronts Seattle

If you’d like to celebrate some of Seattle’s greatest graphic designers’ celebrations of some of Seattle’s best music, drop in on the Poster Museum, Wednesdays through Saturdays from noon to 6 pm. Or drop by anytime and check out some of the work through the windows.

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2 Responses to Here They Come, Part II: The Poster Museum

  1. KJones says:

    We were lucky enough to get a preview this Sunday, and left with amazing concert posters for The Shins and The Long Winters. The art is amazing, the print quality top notch, and the prices incredible. Don’t miss The Poster Museum!!

  2. Pingback: Poster Gallery in Seattle. Anyone know who runs this space?

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