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Classic Posters Interview With Moxie Gusto by Michael Erlewine

Classic Posters Interview With Moxie Gusto by Michael Erlewine

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These are articles on concert-music posters and poster collecting from the site ClassicPosters.com founded by award-winning archivist of popular culture Michael Erlewine who founded All-Music Guide, All-Movie Guide, Astrologyland.com and many other popular Internet sites. All articles copyright and written or produced by Michael Erlewine. Do visit ClassicPosters.com in its current incarnation.
These are articles on concert-music posters and poster collecting from the site ClassicPosters.com founded by award-winning archivist of popular culture Michael Erlewine who founded All-Music Guide, All-Movie Guide, Astrologyland.com and many other popular Internet sites. All articles copyright and written or produced by Michael Erlewine. Do visit ClassicPosters.com in its current incarnation.

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Classic Posters Interview with Moxie Gusto by Michael Erlewine
 
Classic Posters Interview with MoxieGusto by Michael Erlewine
 Michael@Erlewine.netMichael Erlewine: When and how didyou get interested in art?Moxie Gusto: I've always been an artist,from when I got my first crayons. I gotturned on to poster art as a result ofdigging comic book art during theMarvel Comics early days. Then albumcover art really got me interested evenmore. When I first saw the psychedelicposters from the Grande Ballroom, theFillmore, and the Avalon Ballroom, I wasmesmerized.Michael Erlewine: What kind of artinfluenced you?Moxie Gusto: Comic book art,psychedelic poster art, album covers,posters from the sixties.Michael Erlewine: What concert-postersartists influenced you?Moxie Gusto: David Singer, WesWilson, Carl Lundgren, Gary Grimshaw,Jim Blashfield, Stanley Mouse, AltonKelley, and Bonnie MacLean.Michael Erlewine: What was your firstconcert-music poster?Moxie Gusto: The One Night StandExperimental Band. The UnitedMethodist Church in Mt.Clemens, MI.1966 or 1967.Michael Erlewine: What are some of themain venues you have done postersfor?Moxie Gusto: Tradewinds in Cotati,California, Phoenix Theater in PetalumaCalifornia, The Luther Burbank Centerfor the Arts in Santa Rosa California.Michael Erlewine: What are some of themain bands you have done posters for?Moxie Gusto: The Pulsators, NevilleBrothers, Meters, Moody Blues, KingCrimson.Michael Erlewine: What about favoritemedia/formats:Moxie Gusto: I started off doing stuff byhand with magic markers and posterboard, later switched to cut and pasteand xerox copies. 8-1/2 x 11, mostly.Did lots of collage pieces in early 90'susing shrink/enlarge copiers and coloredink cartridges on Astrobright papers. Atthat point I moved along to include 8-1/2x 14 and 11 x 17 sizes. I now do mostly13 x 19 inkjet printsMichael Erlewine: What other posterartists have you collaborated with?Moxie Gusto: I did a poster show withLee Conklin.Michael Erlewine: Who are your favoritecurrent poster artists?Moxie Gusto: Nocturnal Showprint,Jason Goad, Tara McPherson, FrankKozik, Bird Machine, Randy Tuten.Michael Erlewine: What are your favoritebands?Moxie Gusto: Mink Deville, Love withArthur Lee, Blasters, Los Lobos, RLBurnside, Etta James, Dr, John theNight Tripper, Jeff Beck, Ministry, NineInch Nails, Delbert McClinton, LucindaWilliams, Lyle Lovett, Luce, Paul Thorn,Little Feat.Michael Erlewine: Have there been anyshows of your workMoxie Gusto: Awesome Art Gallery.Petaluma CA, with Lee Conklin. Augustand September 1993. Sonoma Futon

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