The Art of Stanley MouseeBook - 2015
The story of Stanley "Mouse" Miller is a story of the cultural and artistic renaissance of the 1960s. It is difficult to separate the narrative of his journey through the music world from the artwork he created. Mouse was indeed an institution of the period--living with the Grateful Dead in their Haight Ashbury Victorian, hosting Janis Joplin for a Big Brother audition at his studio, and calling Eric Clapton a favorite friend. Mouse's work weaves from pop art to rock art to fine art forms, underscoring the longevity and versatility of his mature ouevre. Mouse's tales are as whimsical as they are serendipitous, perfectly depicting San Francisco during the summer of love. Together, Mouse and Kelley became masterminds behind a new media--that of the psychedelic poster--which came to exemplify the Haight-Asbury of the late 1960s.
Publisher: New York : Soft Skull Press, 2015
Characteristics: 1 online resource (241 p.)
Alternative Title: Art of Stanley Mouse