Discovered: Huge stash of NOS 1960s and 1970s flower power posters

The revolution has come set on fire from the topHere’s another last minute gift idea: A multitude of vintage Flower Power Posters (affiliate link) — part of a long lost stash. I bought the two Buckminster Fuller designs. They have been sent, I will report back when I get them. There are about a dozen different flower designs — and lots of vintage travel posters, as well. Here is what seller Bryan tells me about his find: 

We acquired the collection from an elderly gentleman who was a poster dealer in the 60’s, as well as an avid collector. He … stored them away all these years. They were stored unused, and the colors are still very bright and vibrant! LooArt was aquired by Current in the early 70’s, and they stopped making posters in 1972. Current is still in business today, making checks and greeting cards etc… I also have a very popular Lucia poster that isn’t currently listed on ebay. I have it in storage about a 2 hour drive away. I will be listing it as soon as I can get to where it is. This poster can be seen in the background of the movie Love Story.

Thanks again and have a great day.
Bryan

Again, where to get these: NOS 60s and 70s posters on ebay here (affiliate link)
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Comments

  1. Maryanna says

    Wow, thanks so much for sharing these with us! I just bought two of them because I couldn’t decide on just one. These will go in my guest room. I’m still in the process of decorating it, and have made curtains from blue Marimekko Unikko fabric. These posters will go so well with them. Yay! 🙂

  2. Jill says

    Oh I love these! I just bought 2! One for me and one for a friend who has a birthday this very day! Perfect perfect! I wish I had room to display them all.
    Thank you so much for finding this treasure trove of great words and graphics. I will now have to look for more of Lucia P.’s work.

  3. Just another Pam says

    Flashbacks aside these are ever so beautiful. I wish I hadn’t taken down so many walls.

    You find the most delightful things, Pam!

  4. mcmgirl says

    Thank you Pam for finding these. I bought 3! One to hang at work & 2 for my soon to be mid mod basement family room. And yes…the price was reasonable & I’m glad it was BIN.

  5. says

    SSSSSSSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! This is one of my secret inspiring Artist, Peter M, my whole growing up revolved around all this!!!! It is so wonderful to look back at some of this I have not even seen before!

  6. MsM says

    Flashback! I had that exact NYC poster in my living room circa 1972.
    That is why I like this site- memory lane.
    Thanks!!

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