Local graphic artist Derek Hess is best known for having designed posters and album covers for hardcore and metal bands. But he’s also a Rush fan — he was sitting on the floor just a few rows back from the stage at last night’s concert at Quicken Loans Arena — and he’s just created a poster to commemorate the concert. Evoking the iconography of both Rush’s 2112 and its new album Clockwork Angels, his poster for the concert features a stick-like figure holding his arms up in an act of defiance. He’s just put it up for sale on his web site and you can purchase it here. He says it's selling quickly and the print run is limited to 150.
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