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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