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AJ Masthay


Born in 1975, AJ Masthay has lived in Connecticut his entire life. He attended the Hartford Art School where he majored in printmaking with an art history minor, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1997. Masthay established his own letterpress studio in 2001 and is currently based out of Hartford, CT. 

Clients include The Grateful Dead, Black Sabbath, Dead and Company, Foo Fighters, South Park, Queens of the Stone Age, The Jerry Garcia Estate, Widespread Panic, Umphrey’s McGee and many more.


Caitlin Mattisson

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Caitlin Mattisson is an illustrator, artist and CCA(C) alum, born in San Francisco and currently living in the Oakland hills. Growing up in the bay area, she was surrounded by the rock and roll poster culture from the 1960’s, and inspired by the hand drawn/painted techniques of the artists from that time.  Caitlin draws inspiration from the Tarot, Sci-Fi novels, horror & cult movies, comic books, ancient cultures/folklore, and phantasmagoric music. She is the winner of the “Wildcard” entry for San Francisco Center for the Book 2012 Roadworks. She teaches Screen Printing and Illustration for Workshop SF and primarily illustrates for musicians and select fashion companies.


Helen Kennedy

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Helen Kennedy is an Australian Postwar & Contemporary artist - 1967. Numerous key galleries and museums - Australian Galleries - Helen Kennedy aka ZazzCorp, is an illustrator, poster artist for some of your favorite bands, dead head, and an expert popcorn seasoner.  Lancashire artist, printmaker and illustrator, living and working in Edinburgh


Christopher Pugliese


Christopher Pugliese is an American Artist. Born and raised in New York City he paints in the manner of his Italian ancestors and considers the process an exploration of his own genetic history. At home he is known as the “Downtown Da Vinci,” while in Mexico and Latin America he is referred to as “Cristobal el Pintor.”


Jacaeber Kastor


Jacaeber Kastor grew up in Berkeley, California and was exposed to the 1960's counter-culture as a young man. His parents were abstract artists.  He picked up the habit of drawing from his mother, a serial doodler who covered the family desk pad with abstract drawing while talking on the phone.  Bedridden, he began drawing elaborate topographical landscapes with settlements. He began collecting psychedelic posters and handbills from venues in the Bay Area during the 1960’s.  Before becoming a gallery owner, Kastor was a competitive skier, racing in Squaw Valley.


Jon Blosdale


Officially Licensed Animation Art from the Beatles Saturday Morning Cartoons and Yellow Submarine.

One of the millions of young people drawn into Beatlemania early on was artist Jon Blosdale who, after a long career in the entertainment/production business, decided to “follow his dream” and focus his efforts on re-capturing a personal piece of the “Peace and Love”/”All You Need is Love” spirit by obtaining all of the necessary permissions he’d need to help him use his artistic talents to re-introduce fans to an important image via an awesome sericel recreation of the iconic cover of the Yellow Submarine soundtrack album


Rick Griffin


Richard Alden "Rick" Griffin (June 18, 1944 – August 18, 1991) was an American artist and one of the leading designers of psychedelic posters in the 1960s. As a contributor to the underground comix movement, his work appeared regularly in Zap Comix. Griffin was closely identified with the Grateful Dead, designing some of their best-known posters and album covers such as Aoxomoxoa. His work within the surfing subculture included both film posters and his comic strip, Murphy


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S. Clay Wilson


Steve Clay Wilson (July 25, 1941 – February 7, 2021) was an American underground cartoonist and central figure in the underground comix movement. Wilson attracted attention from readers with aggressively violent and sexually explicit panoramas of lowlife denizens, often depicting the wild escapades of pirates and bikers. He was an early contributor to Zap Comix.


Stella Strzyzowska


Stella Strzyzowska's paintings explore female forms, psychedelic experiences, and dense provocative visions. She uses art as a way to empower and express the process of internal navigation, creating road maps for the viewer while opening the floor for story telling. Creating art has been a way to unpack and come to terms with her own pain, giving her life purpose in inspiring others through her works. The foundation for her creative work flows from a rhythm of studio practice, yoga, meditation, ritual, and psychedelic experiences.


Tony Miguel


Rarely seen art print featuring two photos of the psychedelic pioneer by photographer Tony Miguel, measuring approximately 23.75" x 16". Signed in black marker by Dr, Leary in the lower right. 


Jake Kobrin


Internationally recognized for his dynamic artwork, especially among transformational festivals such as Burning Man and Boom Festival in Portugal, Jake Kobrin has shared stages with some of the most prominent psychedelic soundsmiths of our time, channeling visions to audiences of thousands of altered onlookers on nearly every continent of the globe. Having a profound respect for the great master visionaries of the past, Jake Kobrin is a notable continuation in a prestigious lineage of mystic painters including his friend and mentor Alex Grey, Ernst Fuchs, Gustav Moreau, and William Blake.

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