About Courtenay Pollock


In the 1960’s, Courtenay Pollock developed a tie dye style and folding technique which he named 'Geometriart'. This method creates a style of origami tie dye of fine art caliber.

He became widely known for the many tie dye t-shirts, mandalas, speaker fronts and backdrops he created for The Grateful Dead band and became most remembered for his large stage pieces. His journey began during the Psychedelic era where vibrant colors and the spirit of freedom were combined to create fun and whimsical clothing and dynamic tie dye art, that serves as stage back drops, gallery pieces and home wall art.

Symmetrical with harmonious colors – his art designs have become of part of tie dye history and remain unique among other tie dye methods used by brilliant artists on the scene today.

An aesthetic balance of color and design which portrays dimensionality, dynamics and imagery. Please share and enjoy these new age visual expressions.

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