The World's Largest Poster

The World's Largest Poster

i found a similar poster in Paris from the same time period. Parisians are HUGE on Jim Morrison, but I could hardly find a single thing - not even a postcard - with Dylan on it, so it became a full-fledged mission. At last, i found at a local flea-market a dealer and i asked him if he had "anything with Bob Dylan" - he went into the backroom and came out with an original poster in mint condition, the only Dylan thing i saw in Paris, and charged me five euro for it. I carried it home on the plane wrapped carefully in paper and plastic and then had it for six months in my study before i moved when i had it framed. It's in mint condition. This may not be an original but it's apretty great poster - i love it.

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  • Blonde on Blonde has to be one of the best Dylan albums - and while i'm not normally into this sort of thing, this is well-executed, so i like this ... and i've never seen anything like it. Also, it means i don't have to frame my... Blonde on Blonde has to be one of the best Dylan albums - and while i'm not normally into this sort of thing, this is well-executed, so i like this ... and i've never seen anything like it. Also, it means i don't have to frame my original (rare) album covers from the 60s, which maybe i should to preserve them, but that would mean i can only see one side of them, unless i cut them in half - hmmmm....

  • i have some framed Dylan original posters, and tho this is clearly a repro, it's all in the framing and granted, you'd have to be a die=hard Dylan fan, but if you frame this properly and professionally, it's hardly dorm-room mater... i have some framed Dylan original posters, and tho this is clearly a repro, it's all in the framing and granted, you'd have to be a die=hard Dylan fan, but if you frame this properly and professionally, it's hardly dorm-room material.... i live in a large Victorian house and have a framed Dylan poster on a clean white wall and it fits perfectly in place and looks pretty hip, actualy.... i like this one. I think i'm going for it (ftw)....

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