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The Grateful Dead Flipping the Bird, Fillmore St, SF 1967

Jim Marshall (1936 - 2010)

The Grateful Dead striking a familiar pose outside of the legendary Fillmore West in San Francisco. The -bird- became the quintessential gesture made by many subjects Jim photographed, and represented among other things, their mutual feelings about so-called authority. At its core, the finger is a rejection of cultural mores, a symbol of counterculture itself, so it is incredibly well-suited for this genre and in particular this vibrant cultural period.

  This is an estate-authorized, limited edition.

24" x 23"

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