A poster was for a short-lived illustrators” gallery in SoHo. The figure is shrouded in a garment of eyes, an allusion to Argus Panoptes, the all-seeing giant in Greek mythology. Often portrayed with a hundred eyes covering his body, Argus’s primary job was to trail Io, Zeus’s lover. 👁. 👁. 👁. Poster for Lustrare Gallery,24”x36” offset lithography (1990). Prints available from our store.