Groovy Sunglasses - Psychedelic Posters Notebook

$7.00 USD
SKU: 16674J


24 pages, lined

Crafted for The Chambers Brothers' performances at The Matrix in San Francisco in 1967, this captivating concert poster by Victor Moscoso captivated audiences with its mesmerizing blend of intense colors and intricate printing dots. It was an instant sensation in the Bay Area music scene and quickly became an emblem of the sixties and seventies psychedelic era. This piece was never reissued, adding to its rarity! See this image on a greeting card AND as an art print!

Victor Moscoso, a Spanish-American artist born in 1936, revolutionized psychedelic art in the 1960s and 1970s with his vibrant rock posters and underground comix. Trained at Cooper Union and Yale University, he moved to San Francisco in 1959, where his bold use of colors and innovative collage techniques earned him international recognition. His iconic posters for the Family Dog and Neon Rose series became emblematic of the era's counterculture. At the same time, his contributions to underground comix, notably for Zap Comix, solidified his status as a visionary artist. His diverse portfolio includes album covers, T-shirt designs, and animated commercials, earning him prestigious awards like the Clio and Inkpot. Moscoso's enduring influence on art and culture is celebrated in publications like Sex, Rock 'N' Roll, & Optical Illusions (2002), a testament to his iconic style and lasting impact.

The back cover contains helpful information in a vintage style, including the multiplication table and various measurement tables.

This product was custom designed and created at our location in Seattle.

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Product Specs

5.5" X 7.25", 24 Pages, Paperbound, Lined Pages


Victor Moscoso