Who is Psychedelic Art Exchange and what can we do for you?

Psychedelic Art Exchange (PAE) is a premier source to buy, sell and learn about 1960s Psychedelic Rock Concert Posters. We are a full service organization that provides sophisticated collectors like yourself with everything you need to take maximum advantage of what a growing number of people believe is the most lucrative collectibles opportunity in the world today.

We are honored that our logo was designed by Wes Wilson, the world’s first — and arguably the world’s most influential — psychedelic poster artist. Thanks, Wes!

You’ll receive the same exceptional personal service and advice that has earned PAE the reputation as one of the premier places to buy, sell and learn about 1960′s Psychedelic Rock Concert Posters. Here is what you can expect:

You will be working directly with highly experienced experts of unimpeachable integrity.

PAE was founded by Scott Tilson and Glen Trosch, who have over 70 years of combined experience in the rare collectibles markets.

Scott Tilson
Scott Tilson is commonly referred to as “The Warren Buffett of Collectibles” and his career has been closely followed and extensively reported about in literally hundreds of newspapers, magazines and television shows.

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Glen Trosch is an internationally acknowledged expert in 1960s “Pop Culture” collectibles with a special emphasis on rare and highly sought after paper collectible categories including Psychedelic Rock Concert Posters, Comics (and Comix!), and rare books, magazines and newspapers. Mr. Trosch also has extensive expertise in rare and collectible toys from the 1960s.

In addition, Mr Trosch has been widely lauded for his active role as “The Collectors Advocate”. Mr. Trosch has tirelessly supported the need for transparency in the Psychedelic Art Market and is widely credited with breakthrough educational programs that provide collectors with unsurpassed information on the topics of grading, storage, and the establishment of a two way market for Psychedelic Art.

Click here to read an interview with Glen >