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John Van Hamersveld, American Graphic Artist (encore) Our guest this morning is legendary artist John Van Hamersveld.

John is an American graphic artist and illustrator who has designed album artwork for pop and psychedelic bands since the 1960s including the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Grateful Dead. Born and raised in the South Bay, John has been an important figure in the local surf culture which has influenced his art such as the iconic poster for the surf film Endless Summer.

John recently unveiled a massive mural on a tank at the DWP facility in El Segundo. During the event, the DWP representative was so enthusiastic, he talked about John doing similar projects at their facilities up and down the California coast.

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To Find Out More about the two show hosts of The South Bay Show read on:

Jackie Balestra features a comprehensive selection of things to do, places to go and people to know in the South Bay.to learn more visit http://www.SouthbayByJackie.com

To Find Out More about Joe Terry visit https://www.MasternodeConsulting.com/about

What's Happening in the South Bay, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, The South Bay Show, Los Angeles, California, Current Events, Calendar, Torrance, El Segundo, Palos Verdes
John Van Hamersveld, American Graphic Artist Our guest this morning is legendary artist John Van Hamersveld.

John is an American graphic artist and illustrator who has designed album artwork for pop and psychedelic bands since the 1960s including the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Grateful Dead. Born and raised in the South Bay, John has been an important figure in the local surf culture which has influenced his art such as the iconic poster for the surf film Endless Summer.

John recently unveiled a massive mural on a tank at the DWP facility in El Segundo. During the event, the DWP representative was so enthusiastic, he talked about John doing similar projects at their facilities up and down the California coast.

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To Find Out More about the two show hosts of The South Bay Show read on:

Jackie Balestra features a comprehensive selection of things to do, places to go and people to know in the South Bay.to learn more visit http://www.SouthbayByJackie.com

To Find Out More about Joe Terry visit https://www.MasternodeConsulting.com/about

What's Happening in the South Bay, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, The South Bay Show, Los Angeles, California, Current Events, Calendar, Torrance, El Segundo, Palos Verdes
John Van Hamersveld, American Graphic Artist (encore) Our guest this morning is legendary artist John Van Hamersveld.

John is an American graphic artist and illustrator who has designed album artwork for pop and psychedelic bands since the 1960s including the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Grateful Dead. Born and raised in the South Bay, John has been an important figure in the local surf culture which has influenced his art such as the iconic poster for the surf film Endless Summer.

John recently unveiled a massive mural on a tank at the DWP facility in El Segundo. During the event, the DWP representative was so enthusiastic, he talked about John doing similar projects at their facilities up and down the California coast.

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To Find Out More about the two show hosts of The South Bay Show read on:

Jackie Balestra features a comprehensive selection of things to do, places to go and people to know in the South Bay.to learn more visit http://www.SouthbayByJackie.com

To Find Out More about Joe Terry visit https://www.MasternodeConsulting.com/about

What's Happening in the South Bay, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, The South Bay Show, Los Angeles, California, Current Events, Calendar, Torrance, El Segundo, Palos Verdes
John Van Hamersveld, American Graphic Artist Our guest this morning is legendary artist John Van Hamersveld.

John is an American graphic artist and illustrator who has designed album artwork for pop and psychedelic bands since the 1960s including the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Grateful Dead. Born and raised in the South Bay, John has been an important figure in the local surf culture which has influenced his art such as the iconic poster for the surf film Endless Summer.

John recently unveiled a massive mural on a tank at the DWP facility in El Segundo. During the event, the DWP representative was so enthusiastic, he talked about John doing similar projects at their facilities up and down the California coast.

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To Find Out More about the two show hosts of The South Bay Show read on:

Jackie Balestra features a comprehensive selection of things to do, places to go and people to know in the South Bay.to learn more visit http://www.SouthbayByJackie.com

To Find Out More about Joe Terry visit https://www.MasternodeConsulting.com/about

What's Happening in the South Bay, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, The South Bay Show, Los Angeles, California, Current Events, Calendar, Torrance, El Segundo, Palos Verdes
John Van Hamersveld, American Graphic Artist (encore) Our guest this morning is legendary artist John Van Hamersveld.

John is an American graphic artist and illustrator who has designed album artwork for pop and psychedelic bands since the 1960s including the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Grateful Dead. Born and raised in the South Bay, John has been an important figure in the local surf culture which has influenced his art such as the iconic poster for the surf film Endless Summer.

John recently unveiled a massive mural on a tank at the DWP facility in El Segundo. During the event, the DWP representative was so enthusiastic, he talked about John doing similar projects at their facilities up and down the California coast.

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To Find Out More about the two show hosts of The South Bay Show read on:

Jackie Balestra features a comprehensive selection of things to do, places to go and people to know in the South Bay.to learn more visit http://www.SouthbayByJackie.com

To Find Out More about Joe Terry visit https://www.MasternodeConsulting.com/about

What's Happening in the South Bay, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, The South Bay Show, Los Angeles, California, Current Events, Calendar, Torrance, El Segundo, Palos Verdes
ep. #26 - Art is Everything, Bigger than Life Itself. A Conversation with John Van Hamersveld John Van Hamersveld designed The Endless Summer poster - very likely the most iconic graphic design ever produced in surfing - an enormous cultural achievement that was only the first rung of many on a ladder that has since led him to become one of the most recognizable graphic artists ever. John has designed album artwork for The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, and Eric Clapton. He has also worked with artists of the day like Asher Roth. His art is seen throughout surfing, for example on posters promoting the Pipe Masters by Billabong. Today he crafts murals for cities. He designs sunglasses for Electric Eyewear. He lives in a gorgeous home in Palos Verdes overlooking a stretch of ocean so storied that it has stayed locked tight under local reign for decades. In this episode of The Wire podcast, we get inside John's head as he uses words to describe what's on his mind, a rare break from so elegantly conveying his thoughts through art, which you'll find examples of in the show notes for this episode.