A dazzling in technique and conception large editorial illustration from 1971, used in a Psychology magazine of the era for a story concerning the future of education. The artist, Peter Lloyd was a leading airbrush illustrator who worked in many arenas. In the 70s he created album cover art for Rod Stewart’s Atlantic Crossing, Jefferson Starship and Kansas among many other musicians. His editorial illustrations also appeared in Rolling Stone, National Geographic, Playboy, Oui, And Esquire magazines. In the 80s the artist found work in Hollywood as an illustrator and concept designer for such films as Tron and An American Werewolf In London. Painting is handsomely matted and framed under glass and in a pristine state of conservation.
The artist Peter Lloyd was recently featured in a hard cover book on the cosmic California art scene of the 1970s by Norman Hathaway titled; Overspray – Riding High With The Kings of California Airbrush Art. This is remarkable as seen and handsomely matted and framed under glass and in perfect condition recently acquired from the artist’s estate.