Palm Springs Life Cover - 1961 February 22 - 18x24 inches
Destination PSP is pleased to offer a collection of reproduction posters of Palm Springs Life and Palm Springs Villager magazines from the 1960s to the present. Each print measures approximately 16 inches by 24 inches. There are sometimes slight variations as the magazines did change shape over time. These are all printed to order and come with an official Certificate of Authenticity.
* Prints come rolled and are on gloss photo poster paper.
* Please note that these are printed to order which takes 7 to 10 business days before shipping.
Featuring the artwork of Earl Cordrey. Earl Cordrey (1902-1977) was a founder of Palm Springs Life who designed the original logo and illustrated covers fro the magazine until the mid-1960s. A Southern California native, he trained at the prestigious Chouinard School of Art (which was since absorbed by CalArts) and worked in the studio of the revered early desert landscape painter Sam Hyde Harris before marrying his wife, Catherine, moving to New York, and devoting himself to magazine illustration. The couple moved to the desert in the early 1940s, and Cordrey quickly became a fixture of the local art scene.
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