Rock artist Bob Masse heats up his Red Hot Chili Peppers poster with a rush of neon colors. A psychedelic art pioneer influenced by the Los Angeles and San Francisco music and art scenes, Masse has created his distinctive rock and roll posters and album covers since the 1960s. Incorporating inspiration from Art Nouveau and the work of Alphonse Mucha, Masse continues to create his signature work for contemporary musicians.
A rock n’ roll legend in his own right, Canada’s Bob Masse has been creating highly collectible concert posters since the ‘60’s as one of the pioneers of the psychedelic art movement. Masse’s works reveal his penchant for art nouveau, and the particular influence of Alphonse Mucha. Beyond the usual techniques of the era, his distinctive color palette, unique lettering style, and bold composition form his signature style on posters for the Grateful Dead, and The Doors, to today’s hottest artists such as The Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Smashing Pumpkins.