Vintage San Mezcalito Poster from 1970s | Art by Rick Griffin
Here we have an authentic San Mezcalito blacklight poster straight out of the drug hazed early 1970s. He knows all, sees all, and smokes all. I can say something like "loooook at the colorrrrrrs," but seriously, look at the colors. Nutso! The artwork was executed by Rick Griffin. And this underground poster is as authentic as the day is long. Every scar you could acquire from hanging in a Mary Jane den is evident throughout the piece. 50 years of living it up while hanging on the wall. And the colors still pop.
Here are the notes along the bottom of this wicked hippie poster:
San Mezcalito, the patron and protector of all those souls who dig herbs created by God to enlighten the minds of men.
Cocorico Graphics, 6311 Yucca Street, Los Angeles
Silkscreened by Royal Screen Crafts
The rare underground hippie poster measures 28" tall by 21" wide. As stated above, this little gem has evidence of use throughout, including horizontal creases, scuffs, pinholes and small areas of loss. Honestly, the reason I picked it up was because of the authentic worn look. If this isn't for you, you better off looking elsewhere. I personally love the thing. Please see all pics as they are part of the description.
I ship FedEx to street addresses in the continental USA only (no PO boxes). The poster will be rolled in a poster tube. Free shipping on the 1970s underground poster.
"Souls who dig herbs"....just state the obvious, dude.