Details: This poster is painted by T.E. Breitenbach, inspired by and a collaboration with Jim Morrison. The left third shows a radiant moon-lit beach and an endless stream of young naked couples running along the water's edge. On the beach an infant grins and around its crib stand several old people. The center, a city of the future at noon insane with activity. The right side, a view through a car windshield at night on a long straight desert highway.
The left panel represents a recurring dream that Jim Morrison had. The center panel reflects his interest in chaos and madness. The right panel refers to an incident in his childhood, when he and his family came upon a road accident in the desert. It was the first time he experienced fear. This is also referred to in the Doors' song Peace Frog, Indians scattered on dawn's highway bleeding. This poster measures approx. 24 x 36