Relevant Secures Cover Of Weekend Section Of The Pittsburgh Post Gazette Peter Max Designs The Cover
For ’60s icon Peter Max, art is still a labor of ‘Love’
If you think of decades in terms of colors, none jumps out quite like the ’60s, which found artists and designers embracing pop culture like never before with a cosmic explosion of psychedelia.
You can pinpoint it to right around the Summer of Love, 1967 into ’68, a period that produced Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe portrait, Milton Glaser’s Bob Dylan poster, the Beatles’ “Yellow Submarine,” and the “Love” poster of Peter Max, which adorned the walls of many a hippie.
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