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Martin Sharp’s psychedelic tarot cards from 1967

Martin Sharp was an incredibly important figure in the development of the psychedelic aesthetic in the 1960s. He was an artist from Australia and from 1963 to 1965 he was the art director for Richard Neville’s influential underground newspaper, which was called OZ Magazine. In 1966 Sharp moved to London and a year later began working for the London version of OZ, which lasted until 1973. In addition to his many, many artworks that appeared in OZ, Sharp pursued his own art, and he also…

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Martin Sharp’s psychedelic tarot cards from 1967

Martin Sharp was an incredibly important figure in the development of the psychedelic aesthetic in the 1960s. He was an artist from Australia and from 1963 to 1965 he was the art director for Richard Neville’s influential underground newspaper, which was called OZ Magazine. In 1966 Sharp moved to London and a year later began working for the London version of OZ, which lasted until 1973. In addition to his many, many artworks that appeared in OZ, Sharp pursued his own art, and he also…

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Martin Sharp’s psychedelic tarot cards from 1967

Martin Sharp was an incredibly important figure in the development of the psychedelic aesthetic in the 1960s. He was an artist from Australia and from 1963 to 1965 he was the art director for Richard Neville’s influential underground newspaper, which was called OZ Magazine. In 1966 Sharp moved to London and a year later began working for the London version of OZ, which lasted until 1973. In addition to his many, many artworks that appeared in OZ, Sharp pursued his own art, and he also…

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1960s | PSYCHEDELIA

The word ‘psychedelic’ means mind manifesting, thus, artistic efforts to depict the inner world of the psyche may be considered psychedeli...

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Sixties Sharp - the pop and psychedelic art of Martin Sharp

Sixties Sharp - the pop and psychedelic art of Martin Sharp

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Oz magazine, 1967–73

The first six covers. See all of them here, and browse scans of the mags here. Former editor Richard Neville is blogging sporadically.

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Martin Sharp’s psychedelic tarot cards from 1967

Martin Sharp was an incredibly important figure in the development of the psychedelic aesthetic in the 1960s. He was an artist from Australia and from 1963 to 1965 he was the art director for Richard Neville’s influential underground newspaper, which was called OZ Magazine. In 1966 Sharp moved to London and a year later began working for the London version of OZ, which lasted until 1973. In addition to his many, many artworks that appeared in OZ, Sharp pursued his own art, and he also…

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Sixties Sharp - the pop and psychedelic art of Martin Sharp

Sixties Sharp - the pop and psychedelic art of Martin Sharp