| Downloads : Posters
2146 x 2138 pixels, 72 ppi, 1 bit (black & white)
We may need a bigger box of crayons.
2010 album poster
1179x1670 pixel; 2 megapixels, 300x300ppi, 32-bit RGB
on the road again…
unCon 2006 flyer
4440x6472 pixels; 28.7 megapixels, 1200x1200ppi, 32-bit RGB
three days in Amsterdam
Paris, Hippodrome gig poster
10051x7051 pixel; 70.9 megapixels, 300x300ppi, 32 bit RGB
'Unique Recontre'… 28 Mai, 1977. Another daevid allen original, doodling all the major minors sharp and flat…
Floating Anarchy 77 tour poster
9329x7140 pixel; 66.6 megapixels, 300x300ppi, 32 bit RGB
daevid and Gilli and the Here & Now band… Pogo back in time to those safety pin in cheeky years when dozens of people, a child and a dog toured up and down the land in an ex-police bus, playing free gigs…
Family Jewels album poster
9639x4832 pixel; 46.6 megapixels, 300x300ppi, 32 bit RGB
Obscure Gems… Yet another daevid original - outrageously faithful images, stunningly detailed - all-ways up.
Flying Teapot Spotters Scroll
Convolutingly drawn by daevid allen in 1973 - who else could do it? Full of pixies, teapots and characters from the Planet Gong, and a space to come clean with your name - Yes I have seen a Flying Teapot! Help! Did you colour yours in? Could you colour yours in? Did you wish you hadn't half way through? Never mind - you can have loads of goes now.
Back in the day a wee line inside the gate-fold of the Flying Teapot LP offered this prime slice of forgetabilia 'free' if you wrote nicely to Virgin Records. Ah but what is free? Someone paid for all those eagerly awaited copies and the postage to send them out. And as we all realise now, where the record companies hold the purse strings and 'organise' the accounts those 'sombodies' always are of a musical bent.
What do I do with these things?!
Images are marvellously malleable. Make 'wallpaper' or feed the screensaver on your computer, PDA, mp3 player and mobile phone screens, perhaps cropping out only certain details. Special paper for your inkjet printer allows designs to be transferred onto fabric. Make your own greeting cards. Carpet the budgie's cage. Be creative. Offer us your suggestions. (Only don't try to make money off them yourself - they are only for personal use.)