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Fillmore & 60's
Arguably, it all started with Concert Posters (gig posters). The original "street art".  There have been posters for events for as long as there have been events, but what led to the artform that is flourishing today started in the 1960’s primarily in San Francisco at venues such as The Fillmore, Avalon Ballroom, and Family Dog for shows by the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Big Brother & Holding Company and many more. Bill Graham of the Fillmore, in particular, promoted the expansion of unique and increasingly sophisticated artworks to promote concerts and events by commissioning a regular series of posters with a revolving stable of artists such as Rick Griffin and Stanley Mouse.

​At Splatt Gallery, unfortunately, we have a rather meager collection of Sixties posters.  For the most complete story on these posters, we recommend that you visit   www.classicposters.com

John Van Hammersveld   -  www.johnvanhammersveld.com
Martin Sharp   -   www.martin-sharp.com
Victor Moscoso   -  www.victormoscoso.com
Unknown Artists
Wes Wilson   -  www.wes-wilson.com
Stanley Mouse   -  www.mousestudos.com
Robert Crumb   -  www.crumbproducts.com
David McMacken  -  www.mcmckengraphics.com
Bob Fried
George Hunter 
Alton Kelley
Lee Conklin    -  www.leeconklin.com
Randy Tuten   -   www.rtuten.com
William Weege
Cal Shenkel   -   www.ralf.com
Rick Griffin
Jim Fowler
David Singer  -  www.davidsinger.com
Bonnie MacLean
Jim Michaelson
Greg Irons
Ned Lamont
Bob Masse
Peter Max
David Byrd
and other Zappa
Steve Seymour  -  www.pooterland.com
Frank Bettencourt
Willyum Rowe
Jim Carrico
Norman Hartweg