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By Rod Lockwood
Blade Staff Writer
“In late 1960s Detroit, there was nothing iconic about the concert posters Carl Lundgren was creating or the photographs Leni Sinclair was taking of rock bands.
They were just artists doing their work, immersed in a counterculture that flamed up in 1967 with a nuclear intensity and pretty much burned itself out by 1970.
More than 30 years later, the works they consider representative of their early stages of artistic development are hot collectibles with folks who lived through those times and others who see the style as a crucial element of pop culture.”