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    Rick Griffin - Flying Eyeball Sketch Original Art (undated). The late artist Rick Griffin was well known for his work in the seminal Underground anthology title Zap Comix, as well as for his mind-bending poster designs during the halcyon days of the San Francisco Summer of Love. One of the most celebrated images re-occuring in Griffin's work was the Flying Eyeball; here's a fantastic sketch of that iconic image holding a Hopi mask, drawn in marker on lined school paper measuring 11" x 8.5". Other than a few smudges, it is in Excellent condition. Boldly signed in heavy pencil.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2005
    18th-20th Wednesday-Friday
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