ALL ITEMS: 'Franzen--Dana


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5426Cannabis-related poster promoting the White House Smoke-in 1982.DetailsFranzen, Dana1982
Poster Ron and Nancy Reagan White House SmokeIn 1982
Franzen, Dana
1982
LOC:300
$295.00Franzen--DanaPoster-Ron-and-Nancy--Reagan-White-House-SmokeIn-1982Original, cannabis-related protest poster promoting the White House Smoke-In '82 Washington, D.C. July 2 - 5. Promising free pot, the poster features President Ron Reagan sporting a huge smoldering doob while standing next to an elegant Nancy Reagan, both garlanded with green cannabis leaves. Above that ironic scene, on an arched semicircle, the text reads: <strong>"Pot is an herb. Reagan is a dope." </strong> <br></br> Created by Dana Franzen, a frequent contributor to the magazine's centerfold posters.. <br></br> Offset-lithograph on better-quality newsprint. Measuring 25" on the diagonal this is an original poster from a 1982 issue of A Yipster Times Publication.
5403World Cannabis March on the U.N. poster from May, 1984 by Franzen.DetailsFranzen, Dana1984
1984 World Cannabis March on the U.N. Poster
Franzen, Dana
1984
LOC:10
$0.00Franzen--Dana1984-World-Cannabis-March-on-the-U-N--PosterSOLD <br></br> Original World Cannabis March on the U.N. poster (1984) on heavier quality newsprint by the 5th Avenue Pot Parade Coalition. Designed by Dana Franzen for A Yipster Times Publication. The poster was a center-fold insert. <br></br> Purpose was to advertise a protest parade in New York City against the Reagan Administration's policies on cannabis. The march was to start at 11 A.M. May 5, 1984 at Washington Square Park. <br></br> Verso with a black and white poster for "Rock Against Racism."
5418World Cannabis March on the U.N. poster from May, 1984 by Franzen.DetailsFranzen, Dana1984
Fine 1984 World Cannabis March on the U.N. Poster
Franzen, Dana
1984
LOC:87
$0.00Franzen--DanaFine-1984-World-Cannabis-March-on-the-U-N--PosterSOLD<br></br> Original, scarce and very colorful poster "World Cannabis March on the U.N." from 1984 on heavier and higher-quality newsprint by the 5th Avenue Pot Parade Coalition. Designed by Dana Franzen for A Yipster Times Publication. The poster was a center-fold insert. <br></br> Purpose was to advertise a protest parade in New York City against the Reagan Administration's policies on cannabis. The march was to start at 11 A.M. May 5, 1984 at Washington Square Park. <br></br> Verso with a black and white poster for "Rock Against Racism."
5423Poster for 1984 Bastille Day Marijuana Parade in San Francisco, CA.DetailsFranzen, Dana1984
Poster Bastille Day Marijuana Parade on the Democratic Convention
Franzen, Dana
1984
LOC:87
$325.00Franzen--DanaPoster-Bastille-Day-Marijuana-Parade-on-the-Democratic-ConventionAn artists view of San Francisco, California. Fine, very scarce, original 1984 cannabis-related poster promoting a Bastille Day Marijuana Parade in San Francisco. The event was a march on the Democratic Convention, to be held at the Moscone Center, the largest convention complex in San Francisco. The colorful, imaginative, scene of the march shows cannabis growing like shrubs from every rooftop. The marchers were to assemble at the corner of Oak Street and Cole at 1:00 p.m. and then march to the Moscone Center. <br></br> Presumably by Dana Franzen but unattributed. Franzen was the artist on several other similar posters. Offset lithograph. Dated within at 4/29/84. Printed for a Yipster Times Publication. <br ></br> A sign above the Moscone Center in San Francisco reads: <div class="indenttextblocksingle"><i> "Welcome to Yerba Buena Center and don't forget "Yerba Buena" is Spanish for "Good Weed." Also, "Free the half-billion." </i> </div>
5408World Cannabis March on the U.N. poster from May, 1985 by Franzen.DetailsFranzen, Dana1985
Fine 1985 World Cannabis March on the U.N. Poster
Franzen, Dana
1985
LOC:87
$275.00Franzen--DanaFine-1985-World-Cannabis-March-on-the-U-N--PosterStunning, scarce, original World Cannabis March on the U.N. poster (1985) on heavier, better-quality newsprint. Designed by Dana Franzen for A Yipster Times Publication. The poster was a center-fold insert. <br></br> The intent of the poster was to advertise a protest parade in New York City against the Reagan Administration's strict policies on cannabis. The march was to start "before high noon" on May 4, 1985 at Washington Square Park. <br></br> Contains text likely to appeal to members of the counter-culture who understood the double entendre meaning of some of the poster's copy:</br> "Appeal to a <b>higher power</b>"</br> "Meet at Washington Sq. Park before <b>high noon</b>"