The show, now in its second year, has given rise to some additional satellite exhibitions this time around, which will be held in tandem with the main event.
Organiser Tony Baker let us have a peek at a few and it looks like the standard will be pretty high.
‘All of the works have either been commissioned by or approved by the band or artist,’ says Baker ‘and they’re all limited edition and signed,’ he adds.
Everything has been screen printed with a minimum of three colours ‘and they’ve all been created out of love’, says Baker.
‘There’s a real community among poster artists and a thriving collectors market,’ says Baker who cites collectors markets at SXSW in the US and domestic exhibition Screenadelica.
The satellite exhibitions will include works by the likes of Graham Pilling (Army of Cats), Horse, Stuff & Things, Jacknife, Petting Zoo Prints & Collectables, and Luke Drozd.
There will be one collection dedicated to the now defunct Chumbawamba, focussing on ‘graphic artifacts dug out from their illustrious archive’ according to Baker – hopefully that brick suit, and some kind of recreation of John Prescott’s egging.
The band has been consulted, Baker tells us, and there will be new posters based on lyrics as well as old ones drawn from the bands archive.
So far across the whole exhibition 25 UK and international artists are involved.
Flyposting#2 takes place from 1 March – 11 May within the Gallery in Flannels, 68-78 Vicar Lane, City Centre, Leeds, LS1