The tokin' Native American returns in this ironically unique litho mocking U.S. currency and questioning the value of capitalism. Created by Stanley Mouse and Alton Kelley. Features Bo Diddley, Big Brother And The Holding Company, Sons Of Adam, Oxford Circle
- Artists originally produced only 500 limited edition prints, each numbered 1/500 to 500/500.
- Authentic artists signatures located on bottom of print.
- Size: 35.5"" x 15.25"", Sheet Measurements: 37.5"" x 19""
- Certification: Dollar bill lithograph certification
About The Family Dog:
In 1966, a free-spirited rock promoter named Chet Helms teamed up with a bunch of hippies and started putting on some of the greatest rock events of all time. They called their commune/promotions company, The Family Dog.
The Family Dog’s weekly dance hall revues gave the local bands a forum to perform their groundbreaking music. It was here in places like the Fillmore Auditorium and the Avalon Ballroom where the philosophies and ideals of a counterculture revolution found their voice.
To spread the word about its live events, The Family Dog hand-picked a small army of graphic artists to design promotional posters and handbills. The most influential of the group became known as the “San Francisco Five.” This extremely creative crew was comprised of Rick Griffin, Alton Kelley, Victor Moscoso, Stanley Mouse and Wes Wilson. They would go on to produce some of the most iconic and memorable imagery in the history of rock and roll.
The art of The Family Dog captures the spirit of free expression. It reflects the bold experimental freedom of the era, and it serves as a guidepost for future generations who long for peace, love and understanding.