Thursday, January 12, 2012

Mister Mouse Meets Peter Max

From the Funky '40s to the Psychedelic '70s...
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...with this reality-bending short tale, illustrated by the legendary Wally Wood, that appeared in Peter Max Magazine #1 (1970).
Wow! How "Age of Aquarius" can you get?  ;-) 
It's a little bit off the beaten path for us, but, since it relates to stuff parents disapproved of, including implied drug use, I decided to go with it...
Join us next week as we present another tale your grandparents didn't want your parents to see!
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  1. It's already a good thing that new generations have the time and knowledge of discovering this kind of ARTWORK. Although now very commercial, PETER MAX has been a great Iconic American artist not to be forgotten, and this little piece of work form his uncommon Magazine N.1 1970, will prove to be a Masterpiece of the late Sixties both for the images and the content that projected the thoughts of that era.


  2. I have this as a story board was this also produced as a book. Any info you have please let me know. It is a great piece