All four variations of the handbill were printed before the concert.
1st printing A is 9 1/2" x 12 1/2" in hot pink with a dot screen background, white border and I.D. Magazine page on the reverse.
1st printing B is 9 1/2" x 12 1/2" in dark hot pink with a dot screen background, white border and I.D. Magazine page on reverse.
1st printing C (see FD024-C) is 9 1/2" x 12 1/2" in dark hot pink with a white background and border and blank reverse.
1st printing D is 8 1/4" x 12" in red ink with no dot screen on coarse, salmon/orange colored paper.
Born in Detroit, Stanley Miller became known as "Mouse" after illustrating countless notebooks with his signature rodent sketch. Miller found an outlet for his creativity in pin-striping cars and airbrushing hot rod designs on posters and T-shirts. Mouse migrated to San Francisco in 1964, where he first met the artists associated with Family Dog, the organization producing dance concerts at the Avalon Ballroom. With collaborator Alton Kelley, Mouse experimented broadly with composition, lettering and imagery: Kelley came up with the ideas and Mouse executed the designs. Mouse and Kelley helped to establish the psychedelic style of expression under the name Mouse Studios.