Psychedelic Queen of Pop (Art)
BY Advocate Contributors
March 07 2012 8:05 PM ET
The March 2012 issue of The Advocate (pictured above, left) kicks off our 45th Anniversary, and what better way to pay homage to that year than pairing one of its most iconic images with today’s biggest pop icon? Neon Rose #12 (right) was created by psychedelia artist Victor Moscoso in March of 1967 for a Chambers Brothers concert in San Francisco. The famous poster has appeared in museums across the country, including New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
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