Benefit Shows Planned for Alan Forbes, San Francisco Poster Artist Injured in Attack

By NBC Bay Area staff
|  Friday, Nov 22, 2013  |  Updated 1:11 PM PDT
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Benefits Planned for Poster Artist Injured in Attack

Alan Forbes Benefit Blog

Alan Forbes

Several concerts are planned to benefit a San Francisco poster artist cover growing his medical expenses.

Alan Forbes, a professional poster artist best known for designing the logo for the band the Black Crowes, was attacked in the Lower Haight neighborhood of San Francisco last month.

Friends said the attack left Forbes with two skull fractures and damage to his right eye.

The benefit shows will be held in San Francisco and will feature silent auctions. For more information on the events, visit the Alan Forbes benefit blog.

Forbes has also done posters, logos and album art for bands including the White Stripes, AFI, Queens of the Stone Age, Rage Against the Machine and Dinosaur Jr.

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