Tag Archives: 1960s
Mod is a youth subculture that reached the height of its popularity in London in the mid 1960’s but has endured in various pockets of society until the current day. It is a particularly aesthetic culture that pays detailed attention … Continue reading
I really love these photographs by Michael Rougier of Japanese Youth in the 1960’s, which were taken for LIFE Magazine‘s Japan Issue in 1964. The sixties seemed to be a very exciting time all over the world, replete with political … Continue reading
“Paul McDonough was born in Portsmouth, NH. After graduating from high school in 1958, he moved to Boston, where he graduated from the New England School of Art. In 1967, he moved to New York City, where he has lived … Continue reading
Photographer Billy Monk (1937-1982) worked as a bouncer at Les Catacombs Club in Cape Town during the late 1960’s. During his time there, he photographed its inhabitants using his Pentax and a 35mm lens. Nighclub Photographs, which is opening today … Continue reading
Wonderful set of bold illustrated Japanese posters from the 1960’s. I like them very much.
I would love to own this gem edited by Rian Hughes: ‘Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s‘ is an assemblage of magazine artwork from 1960-1969. Over 1,000 retouched images of stylistically diverse illustrations reveal the ranging social aspirations from the cultural … Continue reading
Really like these two posters by illustrator and art director Akiko Stehrenberger for A Serious Man. He has done a wide range of great illustrations for movies and tv series. I suggest you check them out. A Serious Man, directed … Continue reading
I came across this set of photographs of Lithuania in the 1960’s and 1970’s on How to be a Retronaut (awesome website). They are quite remarkable.