Bonnie MacLean

In the kaleidoscopic world of psychedelic art, few names shine as brightly as Bonnie MacLean. A trailblazing artist of the 1960s, MacLean played a pivotal role in defining the visual aesthetic of the counterculture movement. As one of the few prominent female artists in the psychedelic art scene, MacLean's work helped pave the way for women in a predominantly male-dominated field. Her contributions not only enriched the visual landscape of the time but also inspired future generations of female artists.

Bonnie MacLean's artwork epitomizes the spirit of the 1960s counterculture movement. Drawing inspiration from the vibrant music scene of San Francisco, her posters became synonymous with the psychedelic experience. MacLean's style was characterized by its intricate, swirling patterns, vibrant colors, and mesmerizing visuals that reflected the mind-expanding journeys of the era.

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Posters and Handbills Featuring Bonnie MacLean

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The Who
07/04/67
07/11/67
07/18/67
07/25/67
08/01/67
08/08/67
08/22/67
09/21/67
09/22/67

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Donovan
10/05/67
10/11/67
10/19/67
10/26/67
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12/07/67
12/26/67
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12/31/69
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10/24/69
10/30/69
12/31/69
01/24/70

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The Band
Laura Nyro
04/02/70
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