All four variations of the handbill were printed before the concert.
1st printing A is 9 1/2" x 12 1/2" in hot pink with a dot screen background, white border and I.D. Magazine page on the reverse.
1st printing B (see FD024) is 9 1/2" x 12 1/2" in dark hot pink with a dot screen background, white border and I.D. Magazine page on reverse.
1st printing C is 9 1/2" x 12 1/2" in dark hot pink with a white background and border and blank reverse.
1st printing D is 8 1/4" x 12" in red ink with no dot screen on coarse, salmon/orange colored paper.
As a founding member of the Family Dog, Kelley handled promotions for the events at the Avalon Ballroom, drawing posters and handbills. He soon met up with Stanley Mouse, and their association nurtured Kelley's success as an artist. Kelley had a natural talent for collage and a keen eye for culling and combining imagery and styles from diverse sources. Teamed with Mouse's drafting skill, collaborations became increasingly sophisticated, yet irreverent. Kelley always worked by hand, producing posters and other print graphics for a wide array of entertainment-oriented clients.