10 Kerouac Posters.

Via on Sep 2, 2009

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Kerouac, like Bob Marley, Bruce Lee, the Grateful Dead and…what/who else?…is a member of that most elite of groups: the ubiquitous college poster.

Here’s 10 I found. I actually couldn’t find a good one of the exact poster (above) I set out thinking of, which is just his photo straight-on that was originally taken for Vogue, I think.


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10 Responses to “10 Kerouac Posters.”

  1. Sevadevi Glover says:

    When I was 13 he opened my eyes to the possibility of freedom.

  2. oh, what a handsome fella. and just like sevadevi, i was around 13 when i read my first kerouac book – on the road, of course.

  3. dentonmd says:

    Not but 4 days ago @andrearenee and i started reading "On The Road" What a great author, but what impecable timing on the part of Elephant Journal!


  4. Rick Gilbert says:

    I've really enjoyed his recordings. He had such an expressive voice–worth checking out! I had a tape collection, nicely packaged with a big photo album/notebook, all of which have been "altered" by my 4-year old. It had his recordings with Steve Allen, and Zoot Sims, etc. I wonder if it's availabe as a CD package now?

    great selection of photos/posters!

  5. Tres says:

    "What difference does it make after all?–anonymity in the world of men is better than fame in heaven, for what's heaven? what's earth? All in the mind."
    – Jack Kerouac, On the Road, Part 3, Ch. 11

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