I created this Work of Art to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the 1967 Summer of Love. It is an homage to the musicians, promoters, photographers, roadies, and, of course, the poster artists who made the magic happen. It is dedicated to my brother Ed, who shared that magical scene with me, and to our parents Helen and Don Ewald, who encouraged us to experience it. —Donna Ewald Huggins (2017)

Trippy made it to the 50th Anniversary of the Magic Mountain Festival on Mt Tamalpias. We saw Jefferson Starship and the musical HAIR…a definite trip to the past.

In front of the venerable Curran theater on opening night of the smash hit A Night With Janis Joplin. The star of the show, Kacee Clanton was superb and I told her so at the cast party afterwards.

With my friends at Forestville Pizzeria in Forestville, CA.

Trippy was one of the stars of the show at the 50th Anniversary of Monterey Pop. We made the trip down to see Booker T and the Stax review and to take in the scene. A scene from 1967… peace love and marijuana everywhere. Just driving around town and down the Coast was a blast.

Here we are at Mill Valley’s Memorial Day Parade – we were right behind Wavy Gravy and Larry Brilliant – quite an honor.

At the Driven to Perfection Car Show in Sebastopol which benefits the Sebastopol Senior Center. I got to show Trippy to famous artist Stanley Mouse. He gave it a thumbs up!

With fans at Mels Diner in San Francisco.

Comedian Bob Sarlatte and friend admire Trippy at the California Historical Society. With legendary producer and co-creator of Monterey Pop Lou Adler.

At the California Historical Society in San Francisco for the debut of the fabulous show ON THE ROAD TO THE SUMMER OF LOVE.

Trippy checks out San Francisco’s Great Highway.

With our great friends from the terrific store Love on Haight on Haight Street San Francisco.

At the Opening of Sergeant Pepper Tribute in Berkeley

Diane Vitalich of The Ace of Cups, a 1960s all woman rock band. She saw a poster on Trippy that featured them! The Ace of Cups still performs and has a new CD coming out…can’t wait!

Famed rock drummer Bruce Brymer. Bill Champlin and the Sons of Champlin. Sons of Champlin bass guitarist Dick Mithun stands by their autograph from 1967 on Trippy.

Trippy and the Roller Coaster

Trippy attends the Summer Solstice Celebration at the Conservatory of Flowers. 25,000 people grooved to the music and enjoyed the incredible light show produced by Illuminate.

Scenes from Italian Street Painting Festival, June 2017, San Rafael

Filming the TODAY SHOW with Harry Smith on Haight Street. What a wonderful crew and I loved Harry…

Scenes from the Marin County Fair Let the Funshine in

At the Italian Athletic Club in San Francisco for the San Francisco History Association’s Annual Dinner. This year the honorees included the Imperial Council of San Francisco and the Empress herself!

At the Depot in Mill Valley with Dr. David Smith – the amazing Director – for fifty plus years – of the Haight Ashbury Medical Center. The party was for friend Eric Christensen’s rare rock poster show. Dr. Smith loved Trippy!

At the Magical Mystery Tour Sonic Salon in Mill Valley organized by Erma Murphy! Note the Donald Trump pants…