Get groovy with a ’60s rock poster
Create a psychedelic poster for a past or imaginary concert
Considering readability and legibility
Choosing type and color
Sometime around 1966, the square citizens of San Francisco found themselves baffled by the appearance of a series of bright-colored posters, featuring swirling, almost unreadable type. They appeared on lampposts around town, and just as quickly disappeared, snatched up by the strange, oddly dressed kids that had recently taken over the Haight-Ashbury district. What did it all mean? If you had to ask, you just weren’t hip to the times, man. ...