Here is a stunning poster by Rob Roy MacVeigh, an artist who specialized in the Wizard of Oz. The poster advertises an Ozma of Oz play of the Bellevue (near Seattle) school district in the 1980s. Art by MacVeigh, based on John R Neill’s. From the Oz club’s website: “Rob Roy MacVeigh was one of the Oz Club’s most creative artists and one of its most active and beloved members. Rob’s work for the Club included articles and art for The Baum Bugle; convention decorations, and logos for posters, programs, and T-shirts. Rob’s lifelong—and, unfortunately, unfulfilled—dream was to create animated movies faithful to the authors and illustrators of Oz.”
The poster is 12×24″, in worn condition with some tear/tape at edges and folded in the middle. Still, this poster doesn’t turn up very often, so grab it while you can. From the Holly Dennis-Lucas collection; for more see Holly’s blog at http://ilex-wannabewonderlandsoutsideofoz.blogspot.com/2011/09/ozma-of-oz-poster.html .