Thursday, July 30, 2009
Jim Pollock's Mock Show Poster Triples in Value Before Show Opens
Three days before Jim Pollock's benefit posters are officially released at the Mock Show: Red Rocks, the works have already appreciated in value and begun selling on ebay for three times their original value.
The run, that was created by Pollock and printed by Fred Hosman and Jewel Noll of HoscoPress in a signed and numbered limited edition of 500, sold on the Mock Show's website on speculation of what the finished design would look like. Collectors flocked to grab these unseen posters from the inaugural art exhibition with proceeds supporting music education in Denver area through the Mockingbird Foundation. $1,000.00 has already been granted to Red Rocks Elementary and more money will impact the local Colorado community thanks to Jim Pollock's Mock Show posters and event t-shirt creations silkscreened by hand by TabootArt in Denver, CO.
Very few event posters remain and will be available while supplies last on Saturday at the PollockPrints booth.
Tickets are sold out to Mock Show: Red Rocks. We encourage you not to show up without a pre-purhased event ticket.