A colorful monograph surveying the artwork of Victor Moscoso, one of the greats of 1960s Bay Area counterculture poster artwork. Moscoso's use of vibrating colors was influenced by painter Josef Albers, one of his teachers at Yale. He was the first of the rock poster artists to use photographic collage in his posters, and designed for the Family Dog concerts at the Avalon Ballroom, and the Neon Rose posters for the Matrix. Moscoso was a Zap Comix artist, and did design work for the Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir and Herbie Hancock, among many others. Out of print. Item #1465.
Condition: Fine, in a fine dust jacket.