Wes Wilson and Carolyn Ferris Poster Art

We retire the list of posters below often.  For Carolyn and Wes entire collection of Moonalice/Roger McNamee/Doobie Decibel System posters, please visit  Moonalice Posters page: www.MoonalicePosters.com   Please visit Moonalice Posters and sign up to receive 4:20 archive poster release.

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© Wes Wilson and Carolyn Ferris 2017

Both Summer of Love posters are signed by Wes Wilson and Carolyn Ferris $200, shipping included.    

 




 


© 2017 Wes Wilson and Carol yn Ferris.. Summer of Love “1”

 




©2016 Wes Wilson

Stella, The Psychedelic Librarian 2016 © Wes Wilson. Art: Wes Wilson and Carolyn Ferris Size: 39×16.5 inches Order through Paypal below.

© 2017 Wes Wilson and Carolyn Ferris Benefit for Dave Hunter. Silkscreen sponsored by The Rock Poster Society. This poster is not yet available for purchase.

 

All Moonalice and Doobie Decibel posters by Wes Wilson and Carolyn Ferris are $200, signed. Please indicate which one you are purchasing after hitting the Buy Now button below.





©2017 Wes Wilson and Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice M985

© 2017 Wes Wilson and Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice 420 Celebration Slim’s San Francisco

© 2017 Wes Wilson and Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice This one will also be the book cover for Moonalice Book #8

 

TRPS©2016 Wes Wilson and Carolyn Ferris

TRPS©2016 Wes Wilson and Carolyn Ferris

©2016 Wes Wilson and Carolyn Ferris

©2016 Wes Wilson and Carolyn Ferris

© 2016 R90 Carolyn Ferris and Wes Wilson Adam and Eve

© 2016 R90 Carolyn Ferris and Wes Wilson Adam and Eve

 

M929 Space Cowgirl © Wes Wilson Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice

M929 Space Cowgirl © Wes Wilson Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice

R81©Carolyn Ferris & Wes Wilson & Doobie Decibel System

R81©Carolyn Ferris & Wes Wilson & Doobie Decibel System

© 2016 Carolyn Ferris and Doobie Decibel System R67

R67 Fish © 2016 Carolyn Ferris and Doobie Decibel System Art: Carolyn Ferris and Wes Wilson

M899 © Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice Lettering Inspiration: Wes Wilson

M899 Parrot © Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice Lettering Inspiration: Wes Wilson.

M892 TheFool© 2016 Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice

M892 TheFool© 2016 Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice

 

M881 Moonalice Sweetwater © Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice 2015

M881 Moonalice Sweetwater © Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice 2015

TRPS 2015 © Carolyn Ferris

TRPS 2015 © Carolyn Ferris

R43 © 2015 Carolyn Ferris and Doobie Decibel System

R43 © 2015 Carolyn Ferris and Doobie Decibel System

m466barscene©Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice

m866 Bar Scene©Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice Santa Barbara, CA

M856 Great American Taxi and Moonalice. Homer, Alaska © 2015 Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice.

M856 Great American Taxi and Moonalice. Homer, Alaska © 2015 Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice.

is and Moonalice After Three Nightcaps, There Was No Moon. According to Moonalice legend, this is our favorite weekend of the year ... It started with Halloween, but the big enchilada comes in a few hours, when we begin the only 25-hour day of the year. Tonight's poster by Carolyn Ferris depicts the person responsible for the extra hour: Fallback Moonalice and her swan, Fluffy. This year Fallback and Fluffy kidnapped the moon at a Halloween party - the moon went as Snidely Whiplash - and won't let it free until sunset tomorrow. Fallback asked me to pass along a message ... she said, "you're welcome!" Notes: Jason Crosby played fiddle on American Dream Rag, piano on Nick of Time and piano/fiddle on And It Stoned Me to the end of the show.

M767 © 2014 Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice After Three Nightcaps, There Was No Moon.

©2014 R5 Carolyn Ferris & Doobie Decibel

©2014 R5 Carolyn Ferris & Doobie Decibel System

#M723 LOVERS Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice © 2014 at Sweetwater in Mill Valley, CA. According to Moonalice legend, one of the little known historical facts about Psychedelic Sunday is that it began with a Psychedelic Sunday Prom. It was a big affair, filled with music, dance, fancy outfits and, of course, fine cannabis. That first Prom even had a Homecoming Court. As today’s poster by Carolyn Ferris shows, the Homecoming King and Queen were people with great vision. What the poster doesn’t show is the reason why they needed great vision. They needed a third eye to avoid the Homecoming Jester. Not only was the Jester not funny, he took every lighter he put his hands on. And worse still, he left a trail of hickies all over the Homecoming King.

#M723 LOVERS Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice © 2014 at Sweetwater in Mill Valley, CA.

#M712 LION Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice © 2014 at Soda Rock WInery in Healdsburg, CA on June 6, 2014 Moonalice Legend: Accord­ing to Moon­al­ice leg­end, Healds­burg is a very unusual place. You all know about Soda Creek, the only river in Amer­ica filled with Diet Coke and Pep­peridge Farm fish. But do you know about Kit­teh the Three-Eyed Lion? Kitteh’s 3rd eye is a remark­able evo­lu­tion­ary devel­op­ment: it allows Kit­teh to see great weed as far as five miles away. Judg­ing from the poster by Car­olyn Fer­ris, there is a whole lot of fine cannabis right here at win­ery! Enjoy!!

#M712 LION Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice © 2014 at Soda Rock WInery in Healdsburg, CA on June 6, 2014 Moonalice#M703 WHATEVER GETS YOU THROUGH THE NIGHT Carolyn Ferris & Moonalice © 2014 at Union Square Live in San Francisco, CA on May 7, 2014. Moonalice Legend: Accord­ing to Moon­al­ice leg­end, Moon­al­ice played its first show seven years ago this week … on May 5, 2007. Since then, we have played nearly 700 shows and pro­duced more than 700 posters. For this, the first show of our 8th year, Car­olyn Fer­ris has pro­duced a won­der­ful poster fea­tur­ing Birth­day Suit Moon­al­ice, the tribal pixie respon­si­ble for the dis­tri­b­u­tion of birth­day presents. Birth­day Suit lives in the 8th dimen­sion, from which she tracks mem­bers of our tribe through what appears to be stained glass win­dow. In real­ity, the stained glass is actu­ally a reverse trac­tor beam with enough energy to trans­port tasty nugs to deserv­ing tribe mem­bers on the anniver­sary of their birth. Eight dimen­sions of stained glass is not easy to oper­ate, even with a magic wand, so if it sud­denly starts rain­ing cannabis, you will know why!!!

#M703 WHATEVER GETS YOU THROUGH THE NIGHT Carolyn Ferris & Moonalice © 2014 at Union Square Live in San Francisco, CA on May 7, 2014.

 

#R3 Moon Tunes ™ Addict and Artist Friend<br /> Carolyn Ferris SOLO ART<br /> Roger McNamee SOLO ACOUSTIC<br /> 2014 © Carolyn Ferris and Roger McNamee at Capp Heritage Vineyard in Napa, CA

#R3 Moon Tunes ™ Addict and Artist Friend
Carolyn Ferris SOLO ART
Roger McNamee SOLO ACOUSTIC
2014 © Carolyn Ferris and Roger McNamee at Capp Heritage Vineyard in Napa, CA

 

#M655 MOON LOUNGE Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice © 2013 at 19 Broadway in Fairfax, CA with subliminal lettering, can you see it? October 22, 2013, Moonalice Legend: Accord­ing to Moon­al­ice leg­end, tonight’s poster by Car­olyn Fer­ris depicts Luna Moon­al­ice in a char­ac­ter­is­tic pose. Luna was two-faced — she admit­ted it — but in her case, two faces dou­bled the prob­a­bil­ity that men would look her in the eye instead of … well, you know. Luna is the patron saint of many things, but tonight — on the 50th anniver­sary of the assas­si­na­tion of JFK — we acknowl­edge her as the pro­tec­tor of grassy knolls and con­spir­acy theories!!! Separately from this Moonalice Legend, from Carolyn: “This is my first orig­i­nal paint­ing since 1999, it’s called Moon Lounge. The let­ter­ing is sub­lim­i­nal. This woman is tak­ing some get­away time out. Her Medusa like hair has turned from snakes to mush­rooms. She’s brought music along with her and thoughts of her man (skirt metaphor) for a relax­ing out­ing. Think about tak­ing a trip some­where far enough away to give your­self time to relax. If you can’t fly to the moon, try look­ing over a gor­geous precipice and count all in your world for which you are grate­ful. Then, get to 19 Broad­way in Fair­fax on Fri­day the 22nd for a fab­u­lous Moon­al­ice show, it will light up your night.”

#M655 MOON LOUNGE Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice © 2013 at 19 Broadway in Fairfax, CA October 22, 2013

#M572 LOADED Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice © 2013 at Slim's in San Francisco, CA 420 Celebration

#M572 LOADED Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice © 2013 at Slim’s in San Francisco, CA 420 Celebration

#M558 ON PLANET ZANEY Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice © 2013 at Heller Aviation Museum in San Carlos, CA: A benefit for: My New Red Shoes March 13, 2013: Moonalice Legend: Accord­ing to Moon­al­ice leg­end, tonight’s poster by Car­olyn Fer­ris depicts Scar­lett Footwear Moon­al­ice, who insisted that every­one in our tribe have a pair of shoes. In the old days, our tribe was less than dili­gent in clean­ing up after the many dogs, horses, and wom­bats that lived with them and Scar­lett insisted that every­one pro­tect their feet. As she was fond of say­ing, her mid­dle name was Footwear!! So every year she gave every Moon­al­ice a new pair of shoes. Most of the shoes were brown, but if you were really, really good, the shoes she gave you were red.

#M558 ON PLANET ZANEY Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice © 2013 at Heller Aviation Museum in San Carlos, CA: A benefit for: My New Red Shoes March 13, 2013:

#M468 FULL THROTTLE Carolyn Ferris &amp; Moonalice © 2012 April 20, 2012 at Slim's in San Francisco, CA 420 Celebration with full poster art show!

#M468 FULL THROTTLE Carolyn Ferris & Moonalice © 2012 April 20, 2012 at Slim’s in San Francisco, CA 420 Celebration with full poster art show!

#M455 BE HERE NOW Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice © 2012 April 8, 2012 This was the Second Poster Art Show with Moonalice, Brooklyn, New York Over 450 Posters on display and 17 poster artists present. The first was in Fairfax, CA in October, 2011

#M455 BE HERE NOW Carolyn Ferris and Moonalice © 2012 April 8, 2012 This was the Second Poster Art Show with Moonalice, Brooklyn, New York Over 450 Posters on display and 17 poster artists present. The first was in Fairfax, CA in October, 2011