Point taken Bingybunny. I should have been more clear. I never intended to compare this artist to Malevich (there is none), but rather referencing the style in response to the "circle" comment.
And my last comment was referring to art in general and not to this poster.
"Can't really consider this a piece of art. It only has a circle!" (?) Obviously you've never heard of Kazimir Malevich (1879-1935) or Kenneth Noland (1924-2010). It's called minimalism, and yes, it's an artform.
Now, to set the story straight. None of my family has any relation to this project and I don't care how the (sell) of this poster is going because I didn't create it and I'm not selling it.
Lastly, making art from a medium designed for a completely different purpose makes it all the more impressive.
Whoa, bit harsh don't you think? The best Mumfords poster? No, I agree. But keep in mind this was not designed for a concert, but rather, an intimate Q&A session, with a few accoustic performances by the band, put together by the Steinbeck society to highlight the influence the writer had on the Mumfords' music. Simple and minimal, like the time period. I understand that art is subjective, but to call for the removal of any piece of art because you don't like it is nothing less than pompus.