Here is a selection of the posters that have survived over the years. There were probably many more, so if you have one that we dont, please get in touch so we can add to the poster archive. There are also a few business cards, car stickers, banners, bookmarks etc etc, that will appear amongst the paraphanalia!
Now dont laugh too heartily, this was our first poster (lol) - May 1987
Great poster designed by Reggae Ray - Late 1987 (way before pc's)!
Another hand-drawn design by Reggae Ray - Late 1987
Hand drawn poster from early 1988
Poster from 1988 - Heavily centered around The Bakers Arms - home of Hobec lager!
Christmas Day poster - 1988
An early computerised poster designed by Mark The Manager - 1989
Another from the same year - 1989, only this one was pink! Must have been one of George's designs!
Rear Cover of 'Whats on When' guide - The Bakers Arms - March 1989
Rear cover of 'Whats on when' guide - The Bakers Arms - August 1989
The jagged skull and crossbones - Designed by Poll Tax Tony - 1990
First Overflow Poster of 1990
This was our most popular poster ever! In black and white (for listeners to colour in) as were many of the posters, this one had the added bonus of slagging off 'Bros', a popular Boy-Band at the time. I'm sure that's why it was so popular! - 1990
At least the lightning missed our aerial mast! - 1990
Cover of the first Overflow mag - Mid 1990
Overflow Car Sticker - 1991
This was one hell of a day out! The Greenpeace benefit gig back in 1991, where we provided the music along with several local bands. The Rising Sun still stands, though was condemned some years ago after closing in the mid 1990's. Happy daze!
From 'Alive & Kicking' local magazine - 1991
Overflow Poster designed by DJ Blodwyn - 1991
The 5th Birthday Party Poster - 1991
The Christmas Poster - Zippy the Hippy had Chicken-Pox! - 1991
Poster for a one off broadcast as Radio Gnome Invisible - Feb 1992
Amazing what you find in Easter eggs - David Lee in this case - Easter 1992
Cover of 'The Mmatrix' fanzine advertising the tape of a one-off broadcast that featured the music of MMATT (Magic Moments At Twilight Time - Mick Magic's band) - 1992
1992 poster - Overflow via The Belguim International Relay Service
One of many posters from - The Overflow Club - 1992