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    Artists Rights Today Signed Uncut Benefit Concert Poster and Handbill (ART, 1986). A beautiful collaborative design by the "Big Five" -- Victor Moscoso, Rick Griffin, Alton Kelley, Wes Wilson, and Stanley Mouse -- is showcased on this uncut sheet, combining the poster with six handbills. The benefit show included performances from many of the players who were regulars at the San Francisco shows during the 1960s, including Jesse Colin Young (Youngbloods), John Cippolina and Greg Elmore (Quicksilver Messenger Service), James Gurley (Big Brother and the Holding Company), and Richard Olsen (the Charlatans). The poster was signed by all five artists, including the late Griffin and Kelley. The overall paper size measures approximately 28.5" x 22.5", and is in Excellent condition.

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    October, 2008
    4th-6th Saturday-Monday
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