Stanley Mouse

Stanley Mouse

Of all the great visual artists who have been associated with the music in one way or another over the years, none have been more rock and roll than Stanley Mouse. Not only does his art go straight to the heart of the maverick music, but he has produced some of the most lasting visual images in rock history. But, more than that, it is Mouse himself whose life has been straight out of the music.

Often with his partner Alton Kelley, sometimes on his own, starting in June 1966, Mouse created twenty-six of the next thirty-six posters for weekly dances thrown by Chet Helms’ Family Dog at the Avalon Ballroom. Along with the other pioneering psychedelic poster artists of San Francisco that year – Wes Wilson, Victor Moscoso, Rick Griffin – these artists brought back their images from the realms of LSD. They made posters that looked like the music sounded.

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