The dimensions are 21.7.5" H x 30" W. It cannot be rolled up and put in a mailing tube without seriously damaging the piece. Don't you let this deal go down, no no! If you love the Grateful Dead as I do, this is a great addition to your Grateful Dead collection! My place already looks like a Grateful Dead Shrine!
Stanley George Miller (born October 10, 1940), better known as Mouse and Stanley Mouse, is an American artist, notable for his 1960s psychedelic rock concert poster designs for the Grateful Dead and Journey albums cover art as well as many others. Stanley received his formal training at Detroits School for the Society of Arts and Crafts which was connected to the Detroit art museum. He dropped out to follow a higher calling to do rock posters in San Francisco during the sixties wartime era of social revolution, political passion and musical innovation. In 1965, Mouse travelled to San Francisco, California with a group of art school friends.
Settling initially in Oakland, Mouse met Alton Kelley. Kelley, a self-taught artist, had recently arrived from Virginia City, Nevada, where he had joined a group of hippies who called themselves the Red Dog Saloon gang. Upon arrival in San Francisco Kelley and other veterans of the gang renamed themselves The Family Dog, and began producing rock music dances. In 1966, when Chet Helms assumed leadership of the group and began promoting the dances at the Avalon Ballroom, Mouse and Kelley began working together to produce posters for the events.Later the pair also produced posters for promoter Bill Graham and for other events in the psychedelic community. Two of their most famous images, one featuring ZigZag cigarette rolling papers and another, the Grateful Dead skeleton and roses motif, became symbols of a generation. In all, Mouse and Kelley did the first eight album covers for the Grateful Dead, including the delightful Ice Cream Kid/Rainbow Foot cover of their Europe 72 live album. The cover art for Steve Millers album Book of Dreams won a Grammy Award in 1977.
Stanley was honored having his posters in museum shows around the world. The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The New York Art Museum. The Tokyo Museum of Modern Art.
The Kyoto Museum of Modern Art. The National Museum of American Art. The Moore Galleries in San Francisco. The Victoria and Albert Museum in London.The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. The University of Santa Barbara Art Museum. The Tate Museum in Liverpool. Workingman's Dead is the fourth Grateful Dead studio album. It was recorded in February 1970 and originally released on June 14, 1970.
The album and its studio follow-up, American Beauty, were recorded back-to-back using a similar style, eschewing the psychedelic experimentation of previous albums in favor of Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter's Americana-styled songcraft. In 2003, the album was ranked number 262 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. The item "Stanley Mouse Workingman's Dead Serigraph Signed and Numbered 45/100 withCOA" is in sale since Tuesday, August 29, 2017.
This item is in the category "Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists G\Grateful Dead\Posters". The seller is "lorenthecollector" and is located in Northbrook, Illinois. This item can be shipped to United States.