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Professor Poster shared Matthias Müller's video.Monday, February 27th, 2017 at 11:07pm

Poooof, I am here..... then I disappear.

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Matthias Müller
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Bob James I saw something like this on my ceiling in the dark in '71! I asked my cousin who was spending the night, and not psychedelically entranced, "MAN! Did you see that?" He said, No man, but you did, and that's all that counts!" Dem wuz da daze, yas dey wuz!
William Ogle Jr. Wow
Marcie Usselman cool 🙂
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Professor PosterMonday, February 27th, 2017 at 8:19pm

The imaginative rock artist Lee Conklin has created quite a spooky image here on this "Poster From The Past". Centrally located is a photo of The Grateful Dead taken by famed rock photographer Herb Greene. The remainder of the poster includes numerous hand drawn faces with shading in a style somewhat different from most of Conklin's other work. The upper left and right corners featured the band's signature skull mascot, but not in a playful way. This time the artist took the viewer on a trip to Hell, in which the haunting images broke down in decay near the bottom...

Flori Helfenbein Kostoff I love it so much, I own it !! ❤️
Bob James This is FAR OUT man!!!
Chuck Reynolds 2nd print here. Best damn Dead shows evah!
Don Ware I have both 1st and 2nd printing !!!! <3
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Professor PosterMonday, February 27th, 2017 at 3:21pm

A blue human hand is holding the stem of a small flower which has human eyes for leaves and a blossom with a tiny dancer in it's center is on this "Poster From The Past". At this point in time, the artist of this poster David Singer had begun experimenting beyond the framed collage style format that he is so associated with and started developing a technique which permitted greater freedom of using the entire poster or any irregular parts as area for the collage. During this period he developed and began using lettering styles unlike the Art Deco alphabet,...

David Koah Perhaps Jack Bruce is jamming with Terry Kath.nowadays
Richard Worth Amazing lineup!
Janice Celentano Gagnon That is a beauty ...and yes what a lineup !!
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Professor PosterSunday, February 26th, 2017 at 8:12pm

Be aware..... You may be next to come across.... MEATBALL!

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Mark Fisher Thanks for keeping on
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Professor PosterSunday, February 26th, 2017 at 7:35pm

Fifty one years ago back in 1966.... if you were down in Los Angeles, you could have passed the Acid Test with the Grateful Dead and the Merry Pranksters (Y)

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Darryl Richarde I didn't pass until 1970....
Barry B. Silver Amazing! I thought Gazzari's (the one I was at) was the only Test in L.A. Learned only this morning that there was one in Watts.
Charlie Alworth I have read about the Acid Test Gigs from the book 'Bill Graham Presents' My Life Inside Rock and Out.
Michael Tarpey I was at the one in San Francisco with Jim and Nancy? Carried my membership card for years.
Ronald LeDonne Great poster Professor P!
Eric Cougrand The Watts Acid Test?
Steven A Morrison Zane
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Professor PosterSunday, February 26th, 2017 at 7:26pm

Here is an original concert poster for Johnny Cash (circa mid-1960's) performing at a by gone music venue called the "Dream Bowl" which was located on Hwy 29 between Napa and Vallejo, California. It had such a rowdy and infamous reputation it was affectionately became known as the "Blood Bowl" for all the brawls that took place between the enlisted military personnel from the nearby bases and rough neck cowboys of the area. There was once even a local TV show broadcast from there televised on KTVU Channel 2 Oakland. It hosted all the big band greats of the 1940's...

Mark Fisher Product obsolescence and resale value had nothing to do with the Dream some of us had
Darryl Richarde Cash ....The Man in Black ...he was a dude before there was dudes !!!!
Lucinda Small Very cool post..
Sharlee Lewis Congrats Johnny Cash! This is a cool poster! Thank you!
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Professor PosterSunday, February 26th, 2017 at 1:52pm

Here is yet another collaboration of design between the "Top Dog" Chet Helms and the Master Big Five artist, Wes Wilson. This "Poster From The Past" features a photograph of an Orangutan as the central image. Family Dog's second poster in their series advertised the event known as the "King Kong Memorial Dance". It is also the first poster in which the famous Family Dog logo, also created by Wes Wilson, makes its inaugural appearance in the upper left corner on this poster. It appeared on virtually every Family Dog poster after this.
This poster is extremely rare and...

Darryl Richarde Just an absolute groovy poster ....obscure choice of subject. ...
Eric Cougrand magnifique!
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Professor PosterSaturday, February 25th, 2017 at 4:05pm

An enormous Uncle Sam is pictured here as the central image on this "Poster From The Past" His elbows are resting on a globe while he is watching a fleet of ships and airplanes moving toward a much smaller man viewed from the rear. That man is wearing a red jacket with a yellow dragon on the back and is obviously a symbol of the Orient. In the background are numerous factory buildings with smoke pouring out from smokestacks. Looks like some sort of cold war propaganda. But who knows what the artists had in mind!? This poster was a...

Nan Lozito Rosenberg New Riders of the Purple Sage signed concert poster. The date was Sunday, October 20, 2013 (not the 21st). I was able to meet the band after as they were signing the posters. I had four members sign (Buddy Cage was ill and on the bus after the show). I traded my signed poster for one that Buddy Cage signed from the bus, while the others signed in the lobby.
Nan Lozito Rosenberg David Nelson is signing my poster. You can see the other three band members in the picture. Buddy Cage was on the bus, but he had signed a number of posters there.
Kevin Walsh That first name should be Wilfried, not William. Satty was German. http://www.johncoulthart.com/feuilleton/2010/11/01/wilfried-satty-artist-of-the-occult/
Janice Celentano Gagnon What a piece of art....and the concert must of been awesome !
Nan Lozito Rosenberg NRPS in Virginia October 20, 2013.
Darryl Richarde A very strong political statement in this poster...
Matt Riess Wishing David Nelson a speedy recovery!
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Professor PosterSaturday, February 25th, 2017 at 2:23am

He is no longer with us...... And still, many people are weeping, along with his guitar.......
George would have turned 74 years old on this day.

February 25, 1943 - November 29, 2001

Next to the Original.... this has GOT to be the most awesome version of this song! A Must to listen to!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6SFNW5F8K9Y

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Barbra Ann Schora You forgot to mention George's son standing behind Petty.
Cheryl Brennan Love, love, love that song and that tribute video is a personal favorite.
Barbra Ann Schora Love Prince's solo and outro. This is truly a great version.
Art Baumgarten In Nov.2001, I was working for Shubb Capos in Valley Ford. A workmate gave me 2 willcall tickets to see "The Fab Four" on November 29. Ironically George past away. They did an awesome tirbute show to him. 3 sets. RIP Georgie Boy
Darryl Richarde George jus kept getting better musically. THE WORLD MISSES YOU GEORGE
Peter Booth Lee such a great talent!
Diane Fefer Fox That video was outstanding!!!
Lesley Romani Cheers for this Professor! :-)) ❤
Elly Faden He taught me so much about spirituality!
Daniel Romero Great video
Bruce Drye I never get tired of watching this particular cover of this song. It's outstanding
Michael Vold He used to come to my neighbors house he was an acupuncturist good ol dahi
Jo Ann Carvalho I was most attracted to him...the quiet one😊
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Professor PosterFriday, February 24th, 2017 at 10:50pm

Despite the fact that this beautiful piece just happens to be a favorite of mine, there isn't really much to say about it other than WOW....."It REALLY Rocks"! A person's profile appears here surrounded by another fine example of Psychedelica from the mind of Master rock poster artist Wes Wilson. This time it IS quite legible though.
More than any other, this "Poster From The Past" is quite vulnerable to fading from light exposure and most that you run across appear to be a very light blue/gray. Very few survive with the vivid blue background color intact. Due to...

Colin Hartridge The Sound is still my favorite Wes Wilson poster!
Jane Snyder Pecorella A real classic!!
Mike MacDougall A favourite of mine too.
Neil Park This is very cool
Darryl Richarde Wilson at his best !!
Bob James It IS a great one! PSYCHEDELICA MAXIMUS!!!
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Professor PosterFriday, February 24th, 2017 at 3:14pm

This "Poster From The Past" was designed by the Famous rock artist John Van Hamersveld, who was one of the people who helped form the Southern California psychedelic scene. Van Hamersveld was a founding partner in the Pinnacle Production Company, which was one of the first organizations to put on rock concerts and dances in the Los Angeles area. Most of these Pinnacle shows were held at the Shrine Auditorium and the early posters created for these shows are now highly sought after.
It was 49 years ago back in 1968 that the Jefferson Airplane along with Charlie Musselwhite,...

Rich La Bonte ThunderCloud Blackfeet photo by Fred Rinehart 1898
Mark Caywood Hey, Prof, yer knockin' the frisbee outta the park today! Moscoso and now Van Hamersveld?! Two of the masters! As you know, John VH also did some of the greatest album covers in history, including one of my favorites, WCPAEB vol iii. Btw: he's still working and just as great. Xo M ✌🎼
Rudy Koziolek This image is sublime. It magnifies the light in my life simply to possess (will that word get me in trouble on the internet?) ....for my eyes to behold this poster. It is SO affirmative for the likes of me .... of not only the spiritual epitome of 60s San Francisco and a lifestyle that many of us continue to strive to keep alive today, but also graphic, artistic evidence of, and our generations' brotherly respect for the nobility of indigenous style and culture. Thank you again Professor.
Darryl Richarde Great poster ....I love that a lot of early posters had an American Indian picture on them . Prof. , I need to know why , enlighten me !!!
Paula Watson Awesome poster! I've seen him before but can't remember......
Rich La Bonte
Mark Fisher Great
Bill Berry Saw some great shows there Big Brother in 67 for 1
Bob James Nice poster, great colors!
Random Precision DJ I love it!