This collage represents the artist's interpretation of James Marshall "Jimi" Hendrix, considered by many to be one of the most influential electric guitarists in the history of pop music. Guitarist, singer, and songwriter, Jimi Hendrix has been the artist's grandson Ari’s most beloved musical favorite for many years. One day Ari asked the artist, Les Sher, to do a stamp art collage of Jimi for his apartment in Washington, DC. Having no idea who Jimi Hendrix was at the time but not wanting to disappoint Ari, Les went ahead and created a Jimi Hendrix stamp collage. Reading up on him, Les learned that Jimi began to play the guitar as a teenager and grew up to become a rock guitar legend. Jimi had a difficult childhood, sometimes living in the care of relatives and even acquaintances at times. He died at the early age of 27 from drug-related complications but remains popular to this day. Jimi could get more out of an electric guitar than anyone else. To most he was the ultimate guitar player.