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Poster of the Week: Peter, Bjorn & John After-Party at Beauty Bar's Big Bang! Tonight

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The Granada's pitching a cool concept surrounding their Peter Bjorn & John concert tonight.

They're throwing what they're calling an "indie crawl," in which they encourage concert attendees to check out this evening's "official pre-party" for the PB&J show at Smile Smile's Patio Sessions performance at ATTPAC (and sponsored by us!) at 5:30. Then they want fans to go check out the PB&J show itself. And then they want them to head to Beauty Bar for DJ Sober's weekly Big Bang! event, which is serving as the official after-party spot.

Sounds like a lot of work. But on the plus side: Sweet poster for the after-party, amirite?

Typical of DJ Sober, who takes special care when it comes to the visual side of his work and who has been in this winner's circle before, this poster wins because it's just so simple and crisp.

Also: What's not to love about a severed hand making the lower-case "b" of the gang sign for "Blood?" Even if it surely stands for "Big Bang!" this time around...

Thumbs up, indeed.

Think your poster is better? Want to see one of your designs get honored next week? Drop us an email with an image promoting an upcoming show right here. Fair warning: We've already got some serious contenders for next week, so bring your"A" game. Cool? Cool. Thanks!

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