Peter Max become a famous name in the pop culture of the late 1960s for his trippy, colorful posters and prints -- the playfully psychedelized look of his work influenced commercial graphic design and movies like Yellow Submarine. He even created postage stamps (remember them?) commemorating the 1974 Seattle Expo
. While times and trends have changed, Max has maintained a busy and lucrative career staying true to his positive-spirited, brightly cheerful artistic sensibilities. He will be at Malton Gallery, 3804 Edwards Rd., 6-9 p.m. Saturday and 1-4 p.m. Sunday at receptions for a special showing of recent paintings and works on paper, Peace, Love and Peter Max
. Space is limited, so RSVP soon to firstname.lastname@example.org in you want to attend.
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