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2008/185/4 Poster, rock music, Rumanastone, paper, maker unknown, Australia, used by Australian Rock Company, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2000. Click to enlarge.

Rumanastone poster

Made
This poster has significance as a record of music in youth culture around the turn of the 21st century. It helps to illustrate how poster art was used to communicate information to a mass audience about rock music performers and specifically to promote concerts and CDs.

Rumanastone were a three-piece rock band. Their first recording, the EP 'Sweet', was a do-it-yourself effort, before the band was signed to Mushroom Records. Airplay on Triple J helped to raise their profile. 'The Sound' was …

Summary

Object No.

2008/185/4

Object Statement

Poster, rock music, Rumanastone, paper, maker unknown, Australia, used by Australian Rock Company, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2000

Physical Description

Poster, rock music, Rumanastone, paper, maker unknown, Australia, used by Australian Rock Company, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2000

Poster with yellow background and a colour photograph of the three members of Rumanastone. Text: 'Rumanastone. The Sound. New EP available now'. Mushroom logo.

Marks

Mushroom logo on front. 'Rumanastone' written on back.

Dimensions

Height

590 mm

Width

420 mm

Production

Notes

Designer and maker unknown.

History

Notes

This is part of a collection of posters, stickers and promotional cards accumulated by Peta Wilcox, of the Australian Rock Company, from bands, bookers and record companies through her extensive contacts within the music industry.

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Australian Rock Company Ltd, 2008

Acquisition Date

7 September 2008

Cite this Object

Harvard

Rumanastone poster 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 28 July 2021, <https://ma.as/383162>

Wikipedia

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