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On Left: Neon Rose #2, Victor Moscoso,

On Left: Neon Rose #2, Victor Moscoso,

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Published by: kbaudelaire on Jan 18, 2010
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The 1960’s were a time of experimentation, new things andliberation from the rigidity of the previous decade. It was
also a decade of change. From the Civil and Women’s rights
movements to the counter-culture hippies, this was a pivotal
period in the development of society worldwide. Late in the decade,
 a new kind of poster rose from this free-spirited society. Thestyle of these posters was inuenced as much by previous art
movements as it was by this new freedom and by drugs. These
posters came to dene the way the 1960’s are remembered
today and expressed the point of view of America beforegiving way to new tendencies in the early 1970s.
On left: Neon Rose #2, Victor Moscoso, 1967.

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