07 Friday 07th October 2016
Aside from publishing such magazines as The Week, Viz and Auto Express - plus possibly killing a guy in the 1980s - Felix Dennis was a prolific collector of psychedelic 1960s posters featuring bands like Jefferson Airplane, The Jimi Hendrix Experience and Bob Dylan. Dennis focussed on collecting pieces by artists he admired, such as Martin Sharp, an Australian graphic designer for Oz magazine, a publication Dennis would own. Now a selection of Dennis' posters are on show at Cultural Traffic, Juju’s Bar and Stage, London, 7-8 October, here's a taster. Way out, groovy man, etc...
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