Number 6 in a series of silkscreened blacklight posters produced in the 1960s by Hambly Studios of Santa Clara, CA. The series included the print number in the lower right (here #6), and at least eleven different prints were produced, maybe more. Illuminates in the dark with a blacklight. With a stamp on the back "Hambly Studios" showing their address and phone number in Santa Clara, CA.
Harry Hambly was a printing entrepreneur who ran his successful printing business until 2012. In the 1960s his work caught the eye of Sister Corita Kent, and she sent many of her designs to him for printing, which now can be seen at the Corita Art Center in Los Angeles. Hambly died in 2019. Item #1406.
Condition: Fair, with toning to paper, spotting and a few light moisture marks in borders; edgewear and corner creasing/dogears; with 1.75", 1" and .75" closed tears on right side edge; .75" and .5" closed tears on left side edge; some dents and creases to surface of print; pinholes in four corners; tape residue to back of poster in four corners.