Artist Tom Zotos Debuts Jimi Hendrix Legacy Collection: T-Shirts and 3-D Posters to Benefit Jimi Hendrix Foundation
A legacy collection of Jimi Hendrix posters, which incorporate a breakthrough printing process featuring a revolutionary 3D effect, are now available.
To celebrate the 45th anniversary of Woodstock, a cultural touchstone that influenced generations, Zotos has graphically captured the performance of the “Star Spangled Banner” in the ’60s-inspired “Star Spangled Jimi” poster. The collection of limited-edition posters highlight Jimi Hendrix’ greatest and pivotal performances at Monterey Pop Festival, Hollywood Bowl, and Royal Albert Hall, and includes a commemorative, “’Scuse Me,” a graphic homage which pays tribute to Jimi’s short but inspirational career. The collection of never before seen posters are available at www.jimihendrix1.com.
The posters are printed using a breakthrough Scodix SENSE™ printing process which is being used for the first time on a collectible art print by Zotos. The first three posters in the collection feature the revolutionary 3D effect using “Scodix On Top,” a unique new technology that enhances the artwork to transcend personal senses beyond mere sight. Developed by Scodix Ltd., the new digital enhancement technique adds a 3D look and feel shine to high-quality artwork of the posters that stimulates human senses to provide depth to the imagery. The Scodix SENSE™ experience is now available through high-end commercial printing operations worldwide.
All Jimi Hendrix fans around the world must check out these art posters at www.jimihendrix1.com. Plus, there is a charity element attached to any purchase at the website. “Sales of the Jimi Hendrix posters will support the Jimi Hendrix Foundation’s Music For Life program, dedicated to benefitting children with a musical passion,” said Joe Rosignolo, President/CEO of the Jimi Hendrix Foundation. “One image, ‘I’ve Got A Guitar,’ illustrated by Zotos, celebrates Jimi Hendrix at age 15. When his dad, Al, gave him his first electric guitar, Jimi yelled, ‘I’ve got a guitar!’ which echoed throughout the neighborhood.”