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Victor Moscoso Neon Rose #2

This poster was created under Moscoso’s company, Neon Rose. Because he had control of the company, he had control of the work that was produced under it. For him, this meant complete artistic freedom, and he produced some of the most iconic images in the psychedelic era under the umbrella of Neon Rose. This poster…

Victor Moscoso Zap Comix

Zap Comix are culturally significant in the underground comics era as a rebellion against the acts set in place by committees at the time that attempted to stifle creativity in an attempt to make mass media more family friendly. Comix were titled this way because of their “X” rated nature, and Zap Comix #4 actually…

Victor Moscoso Man with Spiral Glasses

This project is significant to Moscoso, because he claims that this poster is the one that clicked for him, where he said he got his mind “off the bench.” This work was done with Family Dog and employed his style of vibrating colors and photocollage to create unique compositions. This particular poster played with foreground/background…

Victor Moscoso

Victor Moscoso was born in Spain in 1936, in the Northwestern area called the Province of Galicia. His family lived in a farming area, though his father was a painter and his mother a seamstress. Moscoso was born during the second week of the Spanish Civil War, which meant his young life in Spain was…

Die vier Buecher von der Nachfolge Christi

I chose Die vier Buecher von der Nachfolge Christi by Thomas von Kempis. Translated, this title means “The Four Books of the Following of Christ.” This edition of the book was published in 1922. Visually, the book looks to be a religious text without any context of what could be inside. The cover is textured…