Living on the Fringes is a pop-up gallery of never before seen 1970's rock memorabilia. It is on display at The Bakeree Seattle until October 15th when it goes to auction.
From the Bakeree Seattle website,
"Taking you back to the 1970’s, the year Rock and Roll became fashion. Featured for a limited time here in Seattle Washington is the 1st ever screen print band merchandise in history.
Founders Jeffery Axelrod and Barry Anderson established HIP-O-POTOMUS CREATIONS in 1970. Through original vision inspired by iconic bands and other pop culture icons, they developed the screen print transfer process for T-shirt application. "
“We Were There in the very beginning, screen printing T-shirts for the Grateful Dead, Journey and other iconic bands in San Francisco during the 70’s. These custom designed tees are a part of pop culture, from movies like Star Wars to political initiatives such as legalizing marijuana. After 45 years, while cleaning out the San Fran storage unit we shared, we re-discovered our artist proofs. We are excited to share our groovy collaborations with you!
Peace and Love.
Jeff & Barry”