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The Yardbirds/The Doors /James Cotton Blues Band/Richie Havens,   July, 25-30 - 1967  - Fillmore Auditorium   (San Francisco, CA) Art by Bonnie MacLean

Fillmore Auditorium Yardbirds Doors James Cotton Blues Band Richie Havens Artist Bonnie MacLean

15 Women Artists Who Have Left Their Mark On Modern Design: Bonnie Maclean (American, born 1949). The Yardbirds, The Doors. 1967. Offset lithograph, 21 ¼ x 14″ (54 x 35.5 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchase. © Wolfgang’s Vault

15 Women Artists Who Have Left Their Mark On Modern Design

Yardbirds, Doors, James Cotton Blues Band, Richie Havens Fillmore Poster - By Bonnie MacLean

Wes Wilson | The Doors & The Grateful Dead at the Fillmore 1/13/67

Rick Griffin's famous flying eyeball poster is considered by many to be the single finest example of San Francisco psychedelic poster art.

The Grateful Dead .. .... The Doors .......Junior Wells ... at the Fillmore, January 1967 .. artist ..... WES WILSON

Wes Wilson is an American artist who is known for his psychedelic rock posters of the He brought movement and a fun element to.

Another poster that I have, mine haven't survived as well as some I bet.  Wes Wilson’s Byrds 1967 FIllmore poster  Parra original doodle

The Byrds, Moby Grape, Andrew Staples (April 1967 at Fillmore Auditorium, SF) Artist Wes Wilson

Victor Moscoso The Miller Blues Band. Moscoso was one of the few "psychedelic" artists with art training.

Fillmore West | Prunings from the Vines .... Moby Grape .... Jeff Beck Group ... James Cotton Blues Band ......  artist .... LEE CONKLIN

Eastern influence dominated this Conklin poster in which slithering serpents split three-night stands of Moby Grape, Jeff Beck, Mint Tattoo and the Charles Llo.

Another one of those late 60s head shop posters love is a flower-a flower is love.

☯☮ॐ American Hippie Psychedelic Art ~ Love is a Flower a Flower is Love.

Take a trip back to the 1960s with a look at the psychedelic rock posters in MoMA’s collection, on view through November 2015 as part of Making Music Modern: Design for Ear and Eye.  [Bonnie Maclean. The Yardbirds, The Doors. 1967] The Museum of Modern Art

Take a trip back to the with a look at the psychedelic rock posters in MoMA’s collection, on view through November 2015 as part of Making Music Modern: Design for Ear and Eye. The Yardbirds, The Doors. The Museum of Modern Art

Victor moscoso

50 Beautifully Designed Posters with Amazing Typography

Jimi Hendrix Experience at the Filmore Auditorium 1967, printed England, Osiris Visions

electripipedream: The Jimi Hendrix Experience / 1967 Hapshash and the Coloured Coat 1967

Paul Butterfield, Fillmore West, Blue Band, Bill Graham, Bill O'brien, Posters, Roland Kirk, Mint, Blues

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