Peter Max Magazine No. 2 Pop Art Psychedelic Era 1971Description :
Collectible magazine booklet published in 1971 and containing the art work and interest of Peter Max. Magazine is slightly worn with a few creases. The two middle center pages of the magazine are not attached to the staple and the poster insert is missing, though the magazine overall is an interesting period piece. Contains art work as well as articles and information on The Who, Baba Ram Dass, Buckminster Fuller's World Game, 50 Terrific Movies and How to Make Them and Wilhelm Reich.
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Information about Peter Max (from Wikipedia):
Peter Max (born Peter Max Finkelstein, October 19, 1937) is a German-born American artist best known for his iconic art style in the 1960s. At first, his “Cosmic 60s” art, as it came to be known, appeared on posters and were seen on the walls of college dorms all across America. Max then became fascinated with new printing techniques that allowed for four-color reproduction on product merchandise. Following his success with a line of art clocks for General Electric, Max’s art was licensed by 72 corporations and he became a household name. In September 1969 Max appeared on the cover of Life Magazine with an eight-page feature article as well as the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and the Ed Sullivan Show.
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