Thompson for Sheriff - Vintage from 1970

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Thompson for Sheriff - Vintage from 1970

25,000.00

Hand Pulled Silkscreen 

Vintage from the 1970 Freak Power Campaign

Paper Size: 26" x 20  Frame Size: 30" x 24"

Museum Quality Condition

Professionally Framed with Mat

Price includes frame and shipping

Includes Certificate of Authenticity and Provenance

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Hunter S. Thompson, author of Hell’s Angels and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (and a mail-order “doctor of divinity” like Thomas W. Benton) ran for Pitkin County sheriff in 1970. He collaborated with Benton on the design of this double-thumbed fist with the peyote button in the center. It helped stir up fear and loathing in Aspen.