Grateful Dead Origins Page 05 — Noah Van Sciver Original Art
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Grateful Dead Origins, Page 5 -- $400
The Warlocks Mesmerize! Witness the moment when 25-year-old Phil Lesh first saw the Warlocks, the precursor to the Grateful Dead, perform at Magoo's Pizza Parlor in Menlo Park on May 27, 1965. This page from Grateful Dead Origins by Noah Van Sciver captures the energy and excitement of that night as Phil watches Pigpen, the band's first frontman, singing "King Bee" with a harmonica in hand. Van Sciver's intricate pen and ink illustrations vividly recreate the styles, architecture and fashion of that night when Phil was blown away by the band's raw talent and energy. This page is a must-have for any fan of the Grateful Dead and a testament to the band's enduring legacy.
Size/medium/condition: 11 x 17 inches (27.94 x 43.18 cm). Ink on heavy Bristol board.