Jim Phillips

Jim Phillips Studios

Jim Phillips is a graphic artist known for his rock posters, surf and skateboard art with a career that spans more than 36 years. Jim has created more than 100 rock posters between 1967 and 1998. His career in rock posters began with a Lothar and the Hand People poster, at a venue known as The Crosstown Bus in Boston. His second poster there was for the first east coast appearance of The Doors. Jim spent that summer of '67 working as a studio artist and light show performer at the club. Returning to his hometown of Santa Cruz, he created a series of posters including Jerry Garcia, Moby Grape, Neil Young, The Tubes and many others. In later years Jim became Art Director for the Family Dog and Maritime Hall. He has also created posters for Bill Graham Presents creating Fillmore, Warfield, Kezar, Alcazar and Shoreline posters.

 

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Doors - Crosstown Bus

Beatles

The Witch - Halloween Party

April Family Dog

Diatribe

DOA

Dr Mota's Medicine Show

Dr Mota SF Oracle Version

Family Dog 30th Anniversary

Chet Helms Tribute 1994

June 96 Maritime Hall

May 96 Family Dog

Tom Petty 1997

Summer Of Love 30th Anniversary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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