Wear the liquid light fantastic in our exclusive Joshua Light Show face mask and be inspired by the dripping luscious color and movement of the psychedelic era. This comfortable fabric face covering design was created using a still photograph created from a Joshua Light Show video.
Face covering is washable and reusable, made of two layers of fabric (one cotton, one poly) and with soft elastic ear loops.
This item is expected to ship in early August. Pre-order now.
The Joshua Light Show, created by Joshua White, was a liquid light show. Known for its psychedelic imagery, it served as a lighting backdrop behind many live band performances during the late 1960s and early 1970s. It was by far the most technically and artistically sophisticated light show to emerge at the time. Resident artist at the Fillmore East—rock promoter Bill Grahams club in the East Village, NYC—from 1968 until 1971, founder Joshua White and his collaborators received equal billing with The Who, The Doors, the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, and other Fillmore East headliners.
Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution at the New-York Historical Society explores the life and work of the legendary music impresario who worked with the biggest names in rock music. The exhibition showcases more than 300 objects, including a site-specific installation of “The Joshua Light Show.”