Graphic artist Aquirax Uno, a prominent figure in the Japanese underground art scene of the 1960s-1970s, is famous for creating psychedelic posters featuring strange (and occasionally grotesque) eroticism, bright colors, and elements of collage.
First Love Inferno, 1968 [+]
Keiko's at Marubutsu Department Store, 1967 [+]
Michelangelo's Expression, 1968 [+]
Display Exhibition, 1969 [+]
Untitled, from "Mono Aquirax" [+]
Sailor 21 Gold Fountain Pen, 1968 [+]
"Aquirax Uno Collection" Exhibition Poster, 1968 [+]
Mini Books, 1967 [+]
The images here (and more like them) are from the website of Tara Sinn, who has also posted a 2007 interview with Uno.
A selection of Uno's original posters can also viewed at Kawasaki City Museum as part of the "Graphic Design in the 60s and 70s" exhibit that runs until October 4 (free).