Tom DeLonge took to social media on Wednesday (April 14) to share a self-drawn poster he made in the ’90s for an early Blink-182 gig.
DeLonge mentioned on Instagram that he created the poster when he was around 18 years old.
“I actually drew this when I was about 18 maybe? Not sure,” he wrote. “But saw this on my feed and thought it was really cool to see again.”
The black-and-white posted shared by DeLonge features a bald man skating his way to Blink-182’s show at SOMA in San Diego on April 7, 1993. The poster features the original Blink lineup consisting of DeLonge, bassist and vocalist Mark Hoppus and drummer Scott Raynor.
DeLonge describes the band as “alternative punk power pop” in the poster and also notes their hometown of Poway, California. The poster also features a map showing the route to SOMA.
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