Fillmore Peacock - Psychedelic Posters Art Print

$18.00 USD
SKU: 16681P


This poster, illustrated by Bonnie MacLean, advertises a multi-day show at the Fillmore in 1967 featuring performances by the Yardbirds and the Doors. Richie Havens and the James Cotton Blues Band joined all six shows. The poster's central image is a striking drawing of a woman's face framed by the stylized feathers of a peacock. Widely regarded as one of the best psychedelic era posters, its colors, though not electric or vibrating, are distinctive from earlier poster art, drawing the eye and commanding attention. See this image on a greeting card AND on the cover of a notebook!

Bonnie MacLean (1939–2020), known for her iconic rock posters, left an enduring artistic legacy. Collaborating with Bill Graham, she shaped the visual landscape of the 1960s and 1970s music scene with her psychedelic designs. Transitioning from poster art to painting, she explored themes of nudes, still lifes, and landscapes. Born in Philadelphia and raised in Trenton, New Jersey, MacLean's journey led her to San Francisco, where she became a driving force in the vibrant rock music scene. Her vivid, hand-drawn concert posters featuring legendary acts like Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead, and The Doors promoted shows and became cultural touchstones of the era. Today, her works are cherished in museum collections worldwide—her distinct style, characterized by elaborate motifs and Art Nouveau influences, became cultural artifacts emblematic of the Summer of Love!

Our prints are suitable for framing or can be used as is for wall display.

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

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Product Specs

11" x 14", Bagged with Backer Board


Bonnie MacLean