Poster, Blues Project, 1967
Victor Moscoso credits his Yale professor Josef Albers as the influence for a signature feature of his work: the use of vibrating colors. Although Day-Glo or fluorescent inks were widely available in the 1960s, Moscoso declined to use them, relying instead on color juxtapositions to replicate the hyper-saturated color illusions associated with the use of hallucinogenic drugs.
It is credited
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie J. Schreyer.
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Its dimensions are
51.2 x 37.5 cm (20 3/16 x 14 3/4 in.)
It is signed
Printed in green, lower right, in script: Moscoso
It is inscribed
Printed in green, lower left: © 1967 NEON ROSE
Cite this object as
Poster, Blues Project, 1967; offset lithograph on white wove paper; 51.2 x 37.5 cm (20 3/16 x 14 3/4 in.); Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie J. Schreyer; 1979-34-39
This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition Saturated: The Allure and Science of Color.