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Techncolor Dreams poster

14 hour Technicolor Dream ‘Spirit of the Sixties’ poster

This poster is a flight of fancy from the collection created by the late Nigel Mantzel – 24 Hour Technicolor Dream, probably created in the 1980’s advertises an International Times benefit gig that almost definitely never happened but had a stellar line-up featuring Pink Floyd, The Who, Frank Zappa, Velvet Underground and John Lennon.

Poster measures 64 x 45cm

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Nigel Mantzel was a UK poster collector, dealer and enthusiast who passed away suddenly in 2016. Part of his legacy is a collection of psychedelic posters that Nigel called ‘Spirit of the Sixties’.  He had a number of posters designed and printed in the style of the 1960’s artists from the collective Hapshash & the Coloured Coat and others who were responsible for many of the music posters from the 1960’s. Nigel sold these posters by mail order from the late 1980’s until his untimely death. There are an affordable way to enjoy the art of the time. Psychotron has acquired the remaining stock of these posters and can offer trade prices for bulk orders.

Techncolor Dreams posterHe often created posters for events that had long since past, or were just wishful thinking on his part. This poster is one of those – 24 hour technicolor dream, probably created in the 1980’s advertises an International Times benefit gig that almost definitely never happened but had a stellar line-up featuring Pink Floyd, The Who, Frank Zappa, Velvet Underground and John Lennon.

Poster measures 64 x 45cm