Make love not war.

Make love not war --> Make art not war. Put crayons on an ammo belt, arm her with a paintball gun, covered in painty "wounds", sitting on a step like a BAMF.


Opposition to war was a big part of counterculture.This poster not only shows the anti-war sentiment of the decade, but also contains aspects of the hippie culture with the phrase "Make Love" and the peace symbol.

I'm in love with vintage psychedelic concert posters.

VICTOR MOSCOSO “Peacock Ball” Official 1967 concert poster for the Quicksilver Messenger Service, Miller Blues Band & The Daily Flash at the Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco, CA on March 10 & 1967 14 x

Victor Moscoso, 1967, San Francisco Dance Concert Poster

Victor Moscoso, San Francisco Dance Concert Poster (Beaumont Leys ain't San Francisco but - acid is acid.

In the mid 60s there was one particular night club at the center of the universe: The Fillmore. And its performance posters also became phenomenal. I think they're still beautiful. Thanks to Bill Graham, Wes Wilson, Victor Moscoso and Stanley Mouse...

Bonnie MacLean Eric Burdon and the Animals, Mother Earth, Hour Glass - Lights by Holy See - Bill Graham Presents in San Francisco - October - Fillmore by Bonnie MacLean

Victor Moscoso

Victor Moscoso, the Grand Old Master of Psychedelic Art

The Family Dog Presents Miller Blues Band Lee Michaels / The Peanut Butter Conspiracy February 1967 @ Avalon Ballroom - San Francisco 1967 © Family Dog Productions

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Jefferson Airplane, James Cotton Chicago Blues Band, and Moby Grape at the Fillmore.

Victor Moscoso

One of my favourite Victor Moscoso pieces, the Flower Pot. Date: 1967 Venue: Avalon Ballroom Bands: Blue Cheer, Lee Michaels, Clifton Chenier Lights: North American Ibis Print: First print