The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Doors and Art : by Martin M. Rocha Art
I have always been a fan of Music magazines. Ever since the mid to late sixties music journalism had made some interesting headlines. 1968 was no exception; drawing and putting together fictional magazines with real historical events is entertaining as I also consider fan art.
The Beatles’ 1968 white album symbolized the historical events of such a fascinating year. Some of these headlines include :
1)Back in the USSR – The Soviet Union invade Checkoslovakia.
2) Mexico 1968 and the Olympic games.
3)Blackbird – Riots in the United States.
4)Happiness is not a warm gun – Luther King and Kennedy.
5)While their guitar gently weeps – Clapton and Hendrix.
The Lizard King dies under mysterious circumstances. His death in Paris.
I have always used Stickabilities and transfer letters to bring elegance. Using materials from Blick Art, Crescent and Prismacolor.
That’s the tool that I use to transfer the letters through rubbing or to straighten sticky letters. As you could see in the process. I apply pressure into the poster board to make the letters strong into the area where it best gives an impressive outlook of art.
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