Bob Dylan at the Q.E. Theatre, Vancouver, 1965
By Bob Masse
Item #: 13224333A
11" x 24"
10.5" x 23.5" without border
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Bob Masse was comissioned for this piece over the phone, and not being familiar with the name, made the novel misspelling that appears on this reprint of the original concert poster.
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A ‘60’s rock legend in his own right, Vancouver’s Bob Masse is the man behind the music posters and a pioneering force of the original psychedelic art movement. Heavily influenced by art nouveau, his works reveal the powerful influence of Alphonse Mucha. Putting his own spin on the techniques of the era, Masse’s distinctive color relationships, unique style of lettering, and daring composition became his signature style on poster art for everyone from Bob Dylan, and the Grateful Dead, to today’s contemporary artists including U2, and The Red Hot Chili Peppers. His vintage posters remain highly collectable.
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