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History Tree of 1960's Music Print / Lithograph

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History Tree of 1960's Music Print / Lithograph
The 1960’s Music Tree is the inaugural edition of the four decades of Burton Family Trees of Music. This 24" x 28" Lithograph Poster typographically gives a historical introspection on everything in Music from 1960-1969. A striking visual chronology of the era that defined Rock 'N Roll! This is a beautiful piece of art doubling as a history of the rocking sixties. All of the significant bands of the era, from giants like the Beatles and the Rolling Stones to smaller groups such as American Breed and The Sunshine Company, are represented here. Each band in the tree is arranged in chronological order and sized by significance, with a plethora of fonts and icons used to add distinction to the piece. The Burton Sixties Rock Tree is a terrific piece of art that will inform and impress. The roots of the 1960s Music Tree feature the places, moments and movements that defined the era and shaped its music. On the left we see a vintage automobile, one that a teenager of the sixties could’ve taken to the drive-in movie theater or Lookout Lane. Beside that is a couple of surfboards, a nod to the Beach Boys and the surf rock sound they pioneered. To the right of those are college students picketing in front of the U.S. Capitol building, in protest of the Vietnam War. On the other side of the tree’s trunk there is the iconic Wurlitzer jukebox, spinning records from Bob Dylan, James Brown and many others. Also present is Westminster Abbey and Big Ben clock tower, signaling the enormous influence Great Britain had on rock music during this time period. And no band was a bigger influence than The Beatles, who are honored with a picture of their Yellow Submarine. The roots of the Sixties feature sketches of major world events that were the back drop to this incredible era of music: Motown, the Vietnam War, protests and of course the beloved Woodstock concert that closed this decade and sparked the Seventies. A vintage automobile lines the landscape. This item is available in a 8 1/2 x 11 digital print or a 24x28 lithograph. Either size can be purchased unframed or framed. 8 1/2 x 11 Digital Print Unframed - $24.95
8 1/2 x 11 Digital Print Framed - $39.95
24 x 28 Lithograph Unframed - $49.95
24 x 28 Lithograph Framed - $134.95 (shown in main image) A note of frames: Framed prints look great and ship in finished form. The trees are displayed prominently and beautifully. All you have to do is hang the tree on your wall. Our unique and affordable framing option uses an acrylic called Liquitex to protect the prints. Perhaps the nicest part of Liquitex framing is the absence of glare that plagues glass-covered art. Additionally, it protects the prints from dust and fading. The prints are also laminated to protect from UV discoloration and then placed in a 2-inch black frame.

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History Tree of 1960's Music Print / Lithograph
History Tree of 1960's Music Print / LithographHistory Tree of 1960's Music Print / Lithograph
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The 1960’s Music Tree is the inaugural edition of the four decades of Burton Family Trees of Music. This 24" x 28" Lithograph Poster typographically gives a historical introspection on everything in Music from 1960-1969. A striking visual chronology of the era that defined Rock 'N Roll! This is a beautiful piece of art doubling as a history of the rocking sixties. All of the significant bands of the era, from giants like the Beatles and the Rolling Stones to smaller groups such as American Breed and The Sunshine Company, are represented here. Each band in the tree is arranged in chronological order and sized by significance, with a plethora of fonts and icons used to add distinction to the piece. The Burton Sixties Rock Tree is a terrific piece of art that will inform and impress.

The roots of the 1960s Music Tree feature the places, moments and movements that defined the era and shaped its music. On the left we see a vintage automobile, one that a teenager of the sixties could’ve taken to the drive-in movie theater or Lookout Lane. Beside that is a couple of surfboards, a nod to the Beach Boys and the surf rock sound they pioneered. To the right of those are college students picketing in front of the U.S. Capitol building, in protest of the Vietnam War. On the other side of the tree’s trunk there is the iconic Wurlitzer jukebox, spinning records from Bob Dylan, James Brown and many others. Also present is Westminster Abbey and Big Ben clock tower, signaling the enormous influence Great Britain had on rock music during this time period. And no band was a bigger influence than The Beatles, who are honored with a picture of their Yellow Submarine.

The roots of the Sixties feature sketches of major world events that were the back drop to this incredible era of music: Motown, the Vietnam War, protests and of course the beloved Woodstock concert that closed this decade and sparked the Seventies. A vintage automobile lines the landscape.

This item is available in a 8 1/2 x 11 digital print or a 24x28 lithograph. Either size can be purchased unframed or framed.

8 1/2 x 11 Digital Print Unframed - $24.95
8 1/2 x 11 Digital Print Framed - $39.95
24 x 28 Lithograph Unframed - $49.95
24 x 28 Lithograph Framed - $134.95 (shown in main image)

A note of frames: Framed prints look great and ship in finished form. The trees are displayed prominently and beautifully. All you have to do is hang the tree on your wall. Our unique and affordable framing option uses an acrylic called Liquitex to protect the prints. Perhaps the nicest part of Liquitex framing is the absence of glare that plagues glass-covered art. Additionally, it protects the prints from dust and fading. The prints are also laminated to protect from UV discoloration and then placed in a 2-inch black frame.

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