Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Night Flight

A stunning, velvety vampire black-light poster produced sometime in the 60's in Eugene Oregon by Western Graphics Corporation, aka The Gods of Black Light Posters (cat. #351, title: Night Flight.) Special thanks to my friend Lori for hooking me up!

7 comments:

Mr. Cavin said...

Score! You don't see a Dracula flying over the Martian landscape every day. Bet it's totally far out under the black light, too, man.

Karswell said...

I believe that's a Transylvania sunset, and also why Drac has such a pained expression on his face! Hope to find a blacklight bulb soon... I guess it's time to go to Spencer's.

Prof. Grewbeard said...

Count Psychedeliracula!

Karswell said...

I knew the Prof would be in on this one! Welcome back, friend!

I'll be unearthing (aka unrolling) other examples of these velvet masterpieces for you later this summer too.

Belle Dee said...

That is awesome! What a great poster!

Jessica Beebe said...

Holy smokes! This is amazing. The velvet, the detail, those colors? Dracula?! Jealous. :)

Karswell said...

Thanks for stopping by, Belle and Beebe!