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Max Elbo


The Art Of Max Elbo

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John Lennon
John Lennon

Medium: Print 1978

Dimensions: 11.28 x 7.5

Price: $50

Classical Music Festival 2002
Classical Music Festival 2002

Medium: Giclee Edition of 250, Pen&Ink, Acrylic

Dimensions: 9.5 x 11.5

Price: $275

Dietrich-Giclee Edition of 150
Dietrich-Giclee Edition of 150

Medium: Pen&Ink, Trans. Dyes and Acrylic

Dimensions: 19 x 12.5

Price: $300

The Ecstasy of Archie
The Ecstasy of Archie

Medium: Pen&Ink, Acrylic-Digitally Remastered

Dimensions: 13 x 13

Price: $90

Out A' Town Gig
Out A' Town Gig

Medium: Print-Giclee Edition of 150

Dimensions: 18 x 14.75

Price: $400

Jeff Beck Recreation 1968
Jeff Beck Recreation 1968

Medium: Digital Recreation

Dimensions: 17 x 9.5

Price: $50

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Mediums: Mixed Media, Pen&Ink, Digital Recreation

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Artist Statement

Max Elbo began his adventure as an artist drawing pictures of bug-eyed monsters driving hot rods, on the T-shirts of his school mates. Later in the 60's, he was one of five or six artists at Detroit's Grande Ballroom, where he designed a number of psychedelic posters, handbills & postcards which promoted local and international Rock & Roll acts. Several of these Grande Ballroom pieces are featured in "The Art of Rock", the definitive guide to rock art. Primarily a self-taught artist, his early influences were many and varied: contemporaries Wes Wilson & the San Francisco poster scene; Aubrey Beardsley, Erte, H. J. Ford, the Russian Constructivists & the East Indian miniaturists of centuries past. Having stepped away from posters in 1969