Original poster for the world famous musical from 1971. Designed by David Byrd and comes from the Decca archives.
Original offset lithography "Jesus Christ Superstar" from 1971
Designer: David Byrd (signed ' BYRD ' in the plate in the bottom right corner of the frame)
Size: 76.5 cm high and 40.5 cm wide.
Condition B +: some creases in the corners, otherwise very good.
Printed: On beautiful paper with the watermark 'Kilmory Text'. Copyright MCA Inc. 1971 - Printed in USA commissioned by Decca Records (as mentioned in the left corner above box) the drawing of the design from 1971 was just added as info and does not belong to the lot.
Shipping: rolled up in sturdy tube with track & trace or registered mail.
David Edward Byrd (born April 4, 1941) is an American graphic artist, designer, illustrator and painter.
In the period 1968 to 1973, he created posters for Jimi Hendrix, Jefferson Airplane, Ravi Shankar, and The Grateful Dead. Among his most famous musical-posters are the ones for The Survival of St. Joan, Jesus Christ Superstar and Little Shop of Horrors (info: Wikipedia).
' This is the original promotional poster for the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical produced by Robert Stigwood. It is based on Catholic religious store Jesus-as-a-W. A.S.P. imagery with a stained glass border using Celtic motifs.
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