Originally owned by the famous band member of the "Grateful Dead", Jerry Garcia. Garcia personified the hippie counter culture movement for three decades as the mellow leader of the San Francisco based group. Known for his gentle, laid back stage presence and soulful extended guitar improvisations, he became famous after the Grateful Dead played several high profile performances at several locations including California Pop Festival in 1967 and Woodstock, N.Y., in 1969.
Enhances the visuals of any artwork it is shined upon by giving them neon colors and making them seemingly pop out from the canvas.
Artie took this artifact from (What looked like) the musicians aisle, to use on a couple of posters and make them "pop out" for Claudia's birthday ("Runaway").