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Monthly Archives: November 2011

Nov.22.2011 | The Art of The Fillmore

One of the great joys of attending a concert at the Fillmore is being lucky enough to score a limited edition poster after a sold-out show. A time honored tradition spanning decades, the late great concert promoter Bill Graham is credited with commissioning the sometimes trippy, sometime psychedelic, always eye catching art work used to more »

Nov.18.2011 | Palo Alto Daily Post: A Local Music History Tour

Bill Graham’s epic ” The Art of The Fillmore” collection — a series of original vintage concert posters commissioned by the late, great concert promoter — is now on display and available for purchase at a shop in Palo Alto. Photograph and Frame which has a location at 2086 El Camino Real in Palo and a more »

Nov.21.2011 | 7×7: The Art of The Fillmore Poster Collection Keeps the Rock ‘n’ Roll Dream Alive

Fillmore art is something special to San Francisco. When I saw MGMT there in 2010, I was psyched to receive an iconic promotional poster as a souvenir. In my rock ‘n’ roll fantasy, the same would have happened at the Fillmore decades ago, but at a Jimi Hendrix show. more »

Nov.16.2011 | 7×7: Take a Picture

Dig out those old snapshots that are haphazardly tossed into the back of your closet, and head to Photograph (2298 Chestnut St., 415-563-4600, for deals on do-it-yourself framing. The 2,000-square-foot store features a “Mat Bar” with 100 types of acid-free mats (ranging in price from $6 to $30). more »

Nov.05.2011 | Hot Stuff

More and more people are aware of photography since the appearance of digital cameras; “It’s always on people’s minds,” says Fred Rubenstein, who recently opened Photograph on San Francisco’s Chestnut Street. Coming from a family who had always been in retail, and with a background in custom framing, Rubenstein had been looking around for an original more »