Poster for Quicksilver Messenger Service, The Grateful Dead,
Linn County and Brotherhood of Light Performing at Fillmore West
One of the classic posters of the psychedelic 60's is this
grotesque image by Lee Conklin numbered BG144. The poster portrays
a face composed of body parts and animals and mimics the Renaissance
paintings in which faces were fabricated from vegetables and animals.
Pieces such a this became immediately identified in the public's
mind with The Grateful Dead and Bill Graham's Fillmore West. The
San Francisco, CA venue was the showcase for counterculture
rock acts of the day. This original poster measures 14.16"
wide x 21.37" high. It is printed on light weight cardboard.
Other than a few surface scratches and a weak lower right corner
the poster is in excellent condition. (Stock number 003GratefulDead)
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