A confluence of forces in art, music and culture spawned "Psychedelic Signatures," the latest exhibit on display at the Tweed Museum of Art in Duluth. Samples of rock music posters drawn from the collection of Andrew & Victoria Olson offer a unique window into the art and artists of the 1960's, a time when poster designers used pulsating patterns, intense colors and images borrowed from pop culture to promote and mimic rock music. The collection offers a visual touchstone of the era.
Psychedelic Signatures at the Tweed
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