“Jack White, Nashville TN 2012″ (Triple Decker Poster) by Matthew Jacobson & Bryce McCloud

Thirdmanrecords.com announced today of news of a Jack White “Triple Decker Poster” for his show at The Ryman in Nashville TN. In essence, the Triple Decker Poster is 3 separate Jack White gig posters that when put together, reveals a new image. Pretty neat yea? Here’s details from their website:

The Triple Decker Poster was created, designed and printed by Matthew Jacobson and Bryce McCloud using techniques from both the 15th AND 21st Centuries. It’s 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. If you haven’t already, go to the main page now and see how these posters look, and work together.

THE BLACK POSTER which features a peacock and vulture egg is letterpressed with metallic silver and blue. Jack’s logo is laser cut out on the lower right.

THE WHITE POSTER is entirely laser cut, no ink has touched the page. It has a peacock cut out of it as well as Jack White’s actual signature/autograph. The logo, is also cut out of the lower right.

THE BLUE POSTER is entirely laser cut as well. It has a vulture cut out of it and Jack’s logo in the lower right.

When all three posters are put together it creates Jack’s profile and the logo in the lower right is in three colors (one color from each poster).

THE WHITE & BLUE POSTERS will be for sale at The Ryman (75 of each per show)
THE BLACK POSTER will only be for sale here at Third Man today starting at 3pm and tomorrow (75 on Tuesday, 75 on Wednesday).

***So it seems that only those in Nashville TN are gonna be able to pick these up for now, lucky folks in TN!

jack white triple decker posters

"Jack White, Nashville TN 2012" (Triple Decker Posters) shown separately


jack white triple decker posters assembled

"Jack White, Nashville TN 2012" (Triple Decker Posters) shown assembled


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