N.p.: n.p., 1971. 12 x 18.Ø Near fine. Jim Franklin is a seminal Austin artist from the 60›s and on. He popularized the armadillo as the hip counter-culture alternative to the Texas Longhorn. Armadillos became the iconic symbol for those not enamored with the Texas political establishment. Besides an astonishing array of music and event posters, Franklin has many gallery shows and is collected as a fine artist. Not in OCLC.
Provenance: From the private collection of Jeffrey Shero Nightbyrd, editor of The Rag newspaper in Austin, Texas, The SDS newspaper, New Left Notes, in Chicago, RAT: Subterranean News in New York City and The Los Angeles Free Press.