Psychedelic posters

Fillmore Poster - Wes wilson

BG 51 Grateful Dead Fillmore Poster, 1967, Wes Wilson

Moscoso was one of the main designers behind the Haight Ashbury psychedelic poster movement. He designed classic hippie-era band posters.

On this day back in The Steve Miller Blues Band at The Matrix, rock poster (Neon Rose by Victor Moscoso, Master of psychedelic posters & comix.

I used the internet (google images) to look for inspiration for my ancillary tasks and used tutorials to help me when creating the products on photoshop

psychedelic-sixties: Jefferson Airplane/Gabor Szabo/Jimi Hendrix/Dan Bruhns’ Fillmore Lights, Jun 1967 -Fillmore Auditorium (San Francisco, CA). Related articles Friday At The Fillmore (sort…

Mishka Westell’s poster for the Austin Psych Fest,

Skye Sherwin's A Good Look

The Moving Sidewalks Austin Psych Fest 2013 by Mishka Westell Has a very retro vibe. The movement of the illustrations and type have wonderful musicality.

An Evening with The Doors (Psychedelic Poster Art).jpg

Classic Rock Concert Psychedelic Poster, Scott Benge (FGX) The Doors Poster

Varsity Strings: 1960's Psychedelic Posters

Original 1967 vintage 'John Lennon' Richard Avedon Poster, BEATLES, Mint in Entertainment Memorabilia, Music Memorabilia, Rock & Pop

PSYCHEDELIC 1960S: THE POSTER ART OF WES WILSON I'd like this sort of organic script/image style as a tattoo.

Psychedelic 1960s: The Poster Art of Wes Wilson

Concert poster for the Whisky A GoGo on Sacramento St. in San Francisco - later 60s. -- The Peanut Butter Conspiracy and The Doors for 2 weeks - price was $2 to get in! Probably 1967

The Love Conspiracy presents The Doors - Poster believed to have been created by Donna Harrick, not confirmed

Doors psychedelic poster  1968  Classic rock music psychedelic concert poster ☮ ☮ Hippie Style Very artistic as well in my opinion CC ☮ ☮

My first concert: Doors psychedelic poster 1968 Classic rock music psychedelic concert poster ☮ ☮ Hippie Style ☮ ☮

Jimi Hendrix                                                                                                                                                      More

1960s

Jimi Hendrix Rainbow King is an icon of freedom, creativity and boundless inspiration. In this work by Jeff Hopp, Jimi is deified as something akin to a psychedelic creation god, as new worlds and realities seemingly emanate from his presence.

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