Jack White Promoted His Chicago Show With a Cards Against Humanity Poster

"Jack White's testosterone-fueled dementia" was one of many choices.

Fans who confirmed as much as Jack White's gig at Chicago's Aragon Ballroom on Monday night time (Nov. 19) had been greeted by a most uncommon live performance poster. Instead of the standard summary, sepia-toned picture of skeletons, sizzling rods or a serious-looking White, they as an alternative obtained a picture primarily based on the so-wrong-its-wrong Cards Against Humanity sport.

The poster cued up the provocative phrase, "When Jack White carried out on the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on Nov. 19, 2018, he shocked followers with..." The solutions had been, as anticipated, bizarre. They included: "A quiet, poignant acoustic guitar ballad," "Jack White's assortment of taxidermied animal heads" and "Jack White's testosterone-fueled dementia," amongst others.   

The poster, printed by Matthew Jacobson's Magic Paper is offered for $100 and contains an 18x24 inch double-sided poster, in addition to six Jack White-themed regulation-sized CAH playing cards. 

Check out the poster beneath.