Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Be-In and Woodstock Posters
By studying these Be-In and Woodstock posters in class, it can be concluded that the values of the counterculture that arose in the 60s and 70s included peaceful protests, family-friendly values, and an overall sense of happiness that could be achieved through political change. In the advertisement for The Human Be-In, it encourages people to bring families, flowers, and banners. Both the Human Be-In and the Woodstock posters encourage people of all kind, whether by offering free admission or allowing up-and-coming 'would-be' artists to display their art at the art show.