I was immediately attracted to their use of bold colors, cut-out shapes and ink overlays. And once I learned more about their story and lives, I had to have three posters shown above. I must say, the 60s aesthetic, combined with a Matisse look and rich colors, is even more impressive in person. My favorite is a scene of adobe buildings from the town of Hornitos, California. It is signed and hand-screened on off-white rice paper. Prints and posters (dating between 1960 and 1969) are limited - so when they're gone, they're gone.
While I'll cherish these posters for their beauty and craft, it's also comforting to know that I am preserving a little piece of graphic design history.