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Exhibit Detail | San Francisco International Airport
Poster by Victor Moscoso, March & April 1967, The Chamber Brothers, Matrix, SF. His color-drenched compositions are dominated by illuminant hues designed to confuse the eye, while his lettering is often deliberately illegible. But Moscoso came by his psychedelic sensibility the hard way, learning his craft under the rigorous tutelage of Yale professor Josef Albers, whose legendary obsession with color made a deep impression on the Spanish-born artist.