|I image pasted this together and then rotated it at new angles to make it rotate! It came out really smooth!|
Google Image Search -
The Grateful Dead Art = About 1,180,000 results
I tell you when the window appears on the seaches, there is a burst of color and beautiful psychellic art and hard to choose which to post!
Inspired by a blog I follow "Blast From The Past-Blowin' In The Wind" [link here]
|These guys are so cute!|
|By Frank Ware|
I GIMP'd it with a sheet of
Orange Sunshine LSD with Tim Leary signature
|This and the following|
|There is an art venue called "Blotter Art"|
spawned of course from LSD art.
The source is marked on the pic.
I like how busy this is
You can take time
|Ticket and "Silky" for Jerry's Last Concert|
I lived in Vegas then they were at
Sam Boyd that year. Didn't go.
Saw all the Dead Heads in town.
I always thought their music a bit mellow for the imagery of a skull and all.
I guess ya gotta be there to know it. Hearing it for the first time in a long time. Makes me feel young and stangely wanting a Suburbia Submarine Sandwich from a place I worked around that time frame. OH now typing it I am thinking of the Pepsi Pepsi Gyro Pespsi guys at the Gyro place I ate my first Gyro. Authentic Greek guys. On State Street in Madison, Wisconsin.
In 1977 ish actually owned a copy of Skeletons In The Closet and it was a special yellow vinyl edition. I liked the art is why I bought it.
I really admire how the Dead Heads followed the band. They had a bad LSD stigma, though.
The pictures are mostly from Wolfgang's Vault. These were printed as posters and playbills back in the day.