This first episode in Paper, Ink and Rock n’ Roll – A History of Rock Posters features an in-depth profile on David Singer.
David Singer is best known as one of the early Fillmore artists, designing 75 posters for Bill Graham, from 1969 to 1990. This was the era before computers changed everything in graphics. Working mostly in the medium of collage, he has now switched from analog cut-and-paste methods to total digital manipulation of images.
Also known for his cryptic hand-lettering, Singer designed the circular Moonalice name that appears on all his posters and is often used as a band logo. David singer currently lives and works in Sonoma, California.
See all of David’s Moonalice posters here.
Directed by Jay Blakesberg
Produced by Alexandra Fischer & Jay Blakesberg
Executive Producer Roger McNamee
Filmed by Bill Zarchy & Jay Blakesberg
Audio by Gerry Bertkowitz
Edited by Conway McDonald-O’Lear
Music by Pete Sears & Moonalice
Music Edited and Mixed by Pete Sears
Audio Mixed by David Pellicciaro at Lucky Devil Sound
Photo & Title Manilpulations by Danny Clark
Poster Effects by Clare Critchley
Data Wrangler Ben Kautt
Still Photographs by Jim Marshall, Jay Blakesberg, Gene Wright, Bob Minkin
Bill Graham Presents posters courtesy of © wolfgangsvault.com
© Moonalice 2013