Rare collector's item from the Last Gasp archive! Sealed Underground comix puzzle poster from 1974!
This 15" by 21" jigsaw puzzle features a full-color Cheech Wizard poster, created specially for this puzzle by artist Vaugh Bode, who attaches a special mysticism to jigsaw puzzles.
"Once upon a time at 2:30 in the afternoon, there lives a great magickal saint who wears a big hat and goes by the handle: Cheech Wizard. The holy, hieroglypic lined, star spangled fedora is beloved and blessed of all things cartoony. Thus speaketh the management: Dwell on the tao-toon truths of the high drawn hat as you sluck on in your journey to the laughing light."
Still sealed! Supplies limited.
Vaughn Bodē was the wizard who would be king. He earned fame, could burn you with his eternal collection of crazy characters and had mad styles that influenced many graffiti legends. In the world of aeresol art, he was at the top.
Vaughn Bodē (pronounced “bo-dee”) was easily one of the most influential artists of the underground generation —although he’s possibly the least comfortable fit in that seminal movement in comics history. One of the few underground artists to work predominantly in science fiction and fantasy (and in color), Bodē is an unwitting hero to a generation of graffiti artists.