Radiohead at the Warfield – 1997

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Radiohead has been expanding the boundaries of music and genre since 1985, putting out a steady stream of hits for the past 30 years. More than simply creating, the band has even had a hand in changing the way music is distributed, pioneering alternative release platforms such as pay-what-you-want and BitTorrent. This technicolor graphic pays tribute, featuring a show at The Warfield in 1997.

  • (L)23.75" x (W) 17"
  • .25" white border
  • Museum quality Epson print
  • Matte cover stock
  • Archival inks
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