Some of the remaining Powder magazine covers for sale at evo’s Seattle gallery
Powder magazine celebrated its 40th anniversary early last winter in the magazine’s birthplace, Sun Valley, Idaho. There they partnered with Ochi Gallery and the Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation by offering a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to collectors. For the first time in history, 75 iconic Powder covers were mounted on masonite in varying sizes and made available to the public for purchase.
While the show was well attended, covers still remain, and fans still have a chance at owning a limited-edition piece of Powder cover art. If you’re interested in making a purchase, get in touch with outdoor retailer evo, who has the few remaining covers hanging in the gallery space of their new downtown store in Seattle’s Freemont neighborhood.
If you want a cover, don’t hesitate–once they’re gone, they’re gone forever. MSRP $175-$1250