Doug Fast poster below, Seattle, Washington, USA.
Classic psychedelic and contemporary rock music posters are archived at The Rock Poster Society’s Timelines Album, from San Francisco, California: http://trps.org/ and at Professor Poster .
This fellow shown with the huge spliff is a detail from an old 19th century photo found in the BC Archives.
He is from a tribe in the Interior of BC, but despite his northern provenance, was used by Victor Moscoso and a number of the Family Dog poster designers as their smoking man emblem for many years, and thus became a type of culturally appropriated (‘ripped off’) Gringo hippy ‘brand’.
Victor Moscoso put swirling kaleidoscopic sunglasses on him to suggest that what he was smoking was… something else…
Image above: Professor Poster