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2018, Poster, Register and Vote!

Our 2018 Poster, focusing on Registering and Vote – was created by the famous Jeremy Jewell whom has had a hand in much of our artwork these past few years.

Poster size 12×24

This poster will start to ship July 9th – Buy early and receive our 20th Anniversary Poster with it for free!
See our 20th Anniversary Poster here: https://www.hempfest.org/shop-hempfest-central/art/poster-seattle-hempfest-20th-anniversary-poster/

$10.00

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Hemp Poster, 2016, 25th Anniversary

Our 2016 – 25th Anniversary Poster is printed on Hemp Paper!

12×30 available.

$15.00

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Poster, 1999, Logger

One of our most popular event posters, this image was one of the last posters designed by the luminary art team of Jamie Sheehan and Art Chantry. The design highlighted Hempfest’s® support for the industrial hemp movement, featuring a logger with axe, emblazoned with a large green pot leaf, with the tongue in cheek caption “save a logger, legalize industrial hemp!”

This limited edition collector Poster is a must for every industrial hemp and cannabis law reform enthusiast.

 

PLEASE NOTE: This version is slightly damaged.

$5.00

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Poster, 2006, Seattle Hempfest® Crowd Shot

Owl Jester took this iconic shot of the Main Stage crowd at the 2006 Seattle Hempfest®.

Size: 7.5×18

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Poster, 2008, Hemp Farm

This poster image, by artist Tom Erdmann, honors industrial hemp with its pot farm imagery. Complimented by a guitar with microphones above a Seattle skyline, this graphic celebrated the 2008 Seattle Hempfest®.

Available in 11×17 and 18×24.

$5.00

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Poster, 2009, 2020 Vision of the Future

Artist Tom Erdmann created this design to project a vision of what a post-prohibition world would look like.  Made for the 18th Seattle Hempfest®, this graphic promotes green energy policies from tapping hemp’s potential as a biomass product.

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Poster, 2011, 20th Anniversary, Lady Liberty

For our twentieth anniversary poster we had the amazing art team of Cory and Catska Ench create this commemorative custom Alphonse Mucha inspired Art Nouveau image. After the battle, Lady Liberty enjoys the full fruits of defeating prohibition as she imbibes, her feet resting on the broken sword of her enemy, injustice.

Lady Justice comes in 11×24.

$8.00

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Poster, 2012, 420 Peace Train

21st Anniversary Poster.  Size 14×24

Our 420 Freedom Train poster image was created by Cory and Catska Ench. As prohibition winds down, somebody has to be prepared to ferry everyone to the Emerald City of freedom. This image represents the exodus from prohibition that is already taking place for many Americans. We hear that train a comin’.

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Poster, 2013, Trogg Bong Racer

Talk about one of the most intricate designs we’ve ever had for a Seattle Hempfest® Poster, a second collectible in our 2013 line up.

ONLY 3 LEFT FOREVER!!!

$10.00

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Poster, 2013, Uncle Sam

The first Seattle Hempfest® under legalization is commemorated with this Uncle Sam design by Corey & Catska Ench.

20.5″ x 12″

$5.00

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Poster, 2014, Seattle Hempfest® Flower

2014 began the sales of legalized cannabis in Washington State.  Seattle Hempfest’s® artwork was created by the famous Grateful Dead artist Scott McDougall.

Size 24″ x 19.25″

$5.00

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Poster, 2015, Cannabis Protestival

Uniquely designed around Seattle HEMPFEST®

Our 2015 poster will look awesome on your wall!

(Hey – that might even be you in the crowd!)

Poster Image created by Ernie Cefalu, famous for his Rolling Stone Tongue and other rock art images.

Poster Size: 18 x 24

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Poster, 2017, Kick Down For The Cause

The 2017 Seattle HEMPFEST poster features the digital skill of artist Jeremy Jewell, combined with the custom lettering mastery of Scott McDougall, who is known for his Grateful Dead album covers. Jewell took McDougall’s Seattle HEMPFEST lettering from the 1998 Art Chantry/Jamie Sheehan poster and breathed new life into the iconic logo image with this marine colored glimpse of the festival’s ambient beauty.

Height: 28 inches
Width: 18 inches

This year more than ever, we could use your support! We closed two stages and merged one of them with another taking out a little under a third of our park system. Donations have been down the last few years and that is what our non-profit relies upon to throw down this kick-ass event for you every year. Without you, Seattle HEMPFEST® cannot happen. Please Kick Down For The Cause if you want us to continue bringing you this awesome Protestival year after year.

You can also make donations during our non-festival season – every penny helps: https://www.hempfest.org/shop-hempfest-central/donate-now/

Your patronage is our support – Seattle HEMPFEST® Volunteers

$10.00

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Poster, Seattle Hempfest® Caduceus

This cannabis caduceus image was created by Seattle artist Jim Koehnline. Representing the union of medicine and marijuana, this powerful image has been plagiarized widely as an internet favorite.

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Poster, Seattle Hempfest®, Chronic Art

Each piece from artist Cliff Maynard’s Chronic Art series has been created solely by using roach papers, an exacto knife, and Elmer’s glue. No ink, no drawing was used to create these 420-culture masterpieces. Lennon, Snoop, Herer, even Seattle’s iconic Space Needle have been immortalized in roach papers. These lithograph representations have been taken directly from the roach paper originals.

Cliff Maynard is one of the most talented artists of our time.

What is roach paper art?

The leftover butt from a marijuana cigarette “or roach” has several different shades of brown on it. What I do is save these paper scraps or “roach papers” and use the brown tones as my “palate”. I tear or trim away the unwanted bits and use just  the parts I like. It’s a lot like working a jigsaw puzzle, but way harder and far more time consuming.

​All my original artwork is made from 100% real roach papers and nothing else. No pen, marker, or paint of any kind is used during the process. I’m always on the look out for new raw materials so feel free to save-em up and I’ll use them in my next project.

We are accepting roach papers – no cannabis in them please – here at Hempfest® Central for use in Cliff’s next piece.

Size: 18×14

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Poster, Wings

There are so many little nuances is this poster, you could stare at it for hours before seeing everything it has to show you.

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Tapestry, 1994, 7-Year Bitch on Hemp Burlap

This iconic Hempfest® poster, from the 1994 event at Gasworks Park, is the first of many by the award winning art team of Jamie Sheehan and Art Chantry. It’s a very limited second edition hemp burlap collector poster image that was created for the 1994 Seattle Hempfest® and was originally printed on both hemp paper and hemp burlap. Hempfest’s® art director at the time, Jamie Sheehan, teamed up with punk art poster icon Art Chantry to make this art design award winning poster image, one of which hangs in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in Cleveland Ohio. Headlining the 1994 Hempfest® was the bombastic all female Seattle punk band, 7 Year Bitch, and the gigantic mosh pit and stage-diving at that year’s 15,000 person event are still talked about in punk rock circles today.  Sheehan and Chantry continued to collaborate on several more award winning Seattle Hempfest® posters.

This poster design won the 1994 Art Director’s Guild Award for Excellence in Design, and a Summit International Award from the same year. The all-female Seattle punk band, 7 Year Bitch, headlined that year!

$15.00

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