Not only does this show promise an interestingly varied lineup (Yells at Eels, Silk Stocking and Darktown Strutters), but an installation of artwork from Denton Artists' Resource Collaborative as well. I don't know whether the chimney sweep straddling two smokestacks was intended to be an illustration of "social separation" (the theme of the installation), but it's a beautiful image nonetheless.
I haven't yet found out who designed the poster, except that it's hosted in a PhotoBucket account under the user name "lordpumpkin." Whenever I hear back from the D.A.R.C. (or from a DC9 reader who recognizes it) I'll update the post with the artist's name.--Jesse Hughey
Update: The poster was created by Carl Bajandas.
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