NY: Personality Posters, ca. 1968.
Poster sent to distributors announcing that this poster will appear as a full page ad in the New York Times. Features a photograph of a mom distraught to see her daughter's room decorated with nothing but Personality Posters: "she ruins the whole effect with a few dollars worth of posters and she tells me not to blow my cool." Personality Posters were ubiquitous in the sixties, one of the most successful enterprises to bring the counterculture to the mainstream with their posters featuring photos of everyone cool from Steve McQueen to Allen Ginsberg and Bob Dylan. Horizontal center crease, toning to top and bottom edge, very good (17" x 11").