Original 1960's Artwork

TONY BOOTH - THE ARTIST

THE BEATLES T-SHIRTS

ABOUT 'THE BEATLES POSTERS'

This website is the official website of Tony Booth, the original poster & graphic artist for The Beatles in the early 1960s. He was known around Liverpool as Brian Epstein's "right-hand man".

This website was setup by Tony in his final years but is now carried on by his family after his unfortunate passing on 11th January 2017. This was one of Tony's final wishes.

You can read more about the history of Tony Booth and his iconic artwork for The Beatles on the ‘About Tony‘ page or over on Wikipedia.

Due to the sheer amount of requests to Tony, in 2010 he started to reproduce all his original concert posters in the exact same way that he produced them back in the 1960’s (even using the same roll of paper that he still had kept over the years). These posters were sold to Beatles enthusiasts all over the world and also allowed Tony to hold his first ever exhibition in the summer of 2016 as part of International Beatles Week.

All of Tony's work was digitally captured and that allowed him to start selling them as prints and other merchandise through this website! Here you can purchase The Beatles poster prints for their early concerts at the Cavern Club and other Mersey Beat venues. The artwork also available as Beatles t-shirts, Beatles mugs, Beatles bags, Beatles sweatshirts, Beatles gifts & other Beatles merchandise.

Tony's legacy lives on and you can get your own piece of Beatles history through the fantastic product range found here. All the artwork is completely original, authentic and can not be found anywhere else in the world.

...Tony doing what he does best!

TONY BOOTH – 22nd June 1933 to 11th January 2017
Tony Booth passed away peacefully on 11th January 2017 after a long battle with cancer. From all the family, we want to thank everyone for their kind words and tributes paid to such an iconic & loving man. We want to extend our gratitude to The Cavern ClubThe Beatles Story, the BBCUniversal Music Group and the Liverpool Echo Newspaper for their touching tributes.