Wes Wilson 🇺🇸 (1937 - 2020) is considered one of the masters of the psychedelic rock poster of the 1960s.
At the time, photography was the basis of advertising, while psychedelic graphics were done by hand and were mainly based on an illustration concept.
The posters of this movement claim a new aesthetic: the flashy and warm colors, the shapes and moving typography and the density of the motif that invades the space translate the psychedelic vision, often associated with the taking of substances such as LSD.
This poster was intended to promote the concert of Paul Butterfield and Jefferson Airplane that took place on January 22 & 28, 1966 at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco.
Music - Psychedelic - United States
A Blues-Rock Bash - Bill Graham
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