McSorley’s Old Ale House
McSorley’s Old Ale House has been a gathering place, a watering hole, the subject of art and literature and even a supreme court controversy. Established in 1854 — McSorley’s can boast of being New York City’s oldest continuously operated saloon. Everyone from Abe Lincoln to John Lennon have passed thru McSorley’s swinging doors. Woody Guthrie inspired the union movement from a table in the front — guitar in hand, while civil rights attorney’s Faith Seidenberg and Karen DeCrow had to take their case to the Supreme Court to gain access. Women were finally allowed access to McSorley’s in 1970! So belly up. Enter the sawdust strewn floors and history patched walls for a trip back through time. Share the McSorley’s experience with the spirits of 164 years!
Billy the Artist McSorley's Poster
Billy the Artist is an internationally renowned artist and a long-time regular at McSorley’s Old Ale House. Based in the East Village, his projects and designs have been seen the world over and he’s been commissioned by such clients and global brands as Swatch, Lamborghini, The Rock N Roll Hall of Fame Museum, Sony, and Gibson Guitar to name but a few. And when he walks into McSorley’s, he lights the place up with his tales of epic art-adventures on all five continents. BTA is a true, one-of-a-kind talent and why Gregory and Teresa from McSorley’s have commissioned their dear friend and favorite local artist to create a special Billy The Artist poster of McSorley’s Old Ale House —his favorite bar— to help celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day. We invite you to get to know Billy The Artist. All posters signed by the artist. Delivery starts Wednesday.
Poster Size 16″ x 24″ paper size is 20″ x 28″
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