Victor Moscoso (b. 1936) attended Yale University in the 1950s, where he studied color theory under Josef Albers. As an illustrator and graphic designer, Moscoso took everything Albers had taught him about the interaction of colors and turned it on its head. His work was commissioned by some of the top rock acts of the 60s, and lives on in the vibrant reprints of his groundbreaking designs. He is also known for his work as a comic book artist for the underground, counterculture publication, Zap Comix. His work is in the collections of The Louvre, The Whitney, and The Tate Modern.