Zane Kesey

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  • Acid Test Flier Blotter Paper Archival Print by Zane Kesey

    Zane Kesey Acid Test Flier Blotter Paper Archival Print by Zane Kesey

    Acid Test Flier Blotter Paper Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print Art on Perforated Blotter Paper by Zane Kesey pop culture LSD artwork. Zane Kesey is the son of the infamous psychedelic icon and author Ken Kesey. He currently owns and operates Key-Z Productions, a small mail-order company out of Pleasant Hill Oregon. His hope is to enlighten people of their psychedelic past, and to enable them to learn about the people who brought them to the present.


Zane Kesey is an interesting figure to explore in the context of graffiti art and pop art. He is the son of famous American author Ken Kesey, who is known for his influential novel "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" and his participation in the 1960s counterculture movement. Zane Kesey himself is a multimedia artist who has worked in a variety of mediums, including painting, sculpture, and graffiti. In the world of graffiti art, Zane Kesey is known for his contributions to the art form in the 1980s and 1990s. He was one of the pioneers of the graffiti art scene in Eugene, Oregon, where he grew up, and he worked with other local artists to create murals and street art throughout the city. He also traveled around the country with a group of graffiti artists, known as the "Merry Pranksters," and created large-scale murals and installations in various cities. In the context of pop art, Zane Kesey's work often incorporates elements of popular culture and consumerism. He has created sculptures and paintings that feature iconic images from American advertising, such as Coca-Cola bottles and McDonald's logos. His work often critiques the commercialization of American society and the way that corporations use advertising to manipulate consumers. Zane Kesey's work represents a unique intersection of graffiti art and pop art. He uses the bold, colorful style of graffiti to create works that comment on the cultural and social issues that are often the focus of pop art. His contributions to these art forms have helped to shape the way that we think about the relationship between art, culture, and society.
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