Two years ago, the website Discogs.com launched the spinoff website Posterogs.com. Discogs is well known for listing over 10 million records from all over the world, and Posterogs aims to do the same, but for posters.
This week, Posterogs has a Music Poster Submission Drive, and it’s a good occasion to start listing your own posters. Wilde Life has chipped in with an archive of Kim Wilde posters. Some of them are even for sale on Posterogs’ marketplace.
Posterogs is aiming for 1000 music posters to be added this week (until August 25) and your poster submissions can make the difference. So dig out your music posters and flyers and add them to Posterogs: the gig posters, the festival placards, the album promos, and tour adverts. With submissions from Kim Wilde fans, this should become the best place to find all the Kim Wilde posters ever published.