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Archive for the ‘1960s’ Category

  • Peter Max

    Peter Max – Psychedelic Pop-Art Pioneer

    • 455 Views • 1960s, ArtNo Comments

    Many artists influenced the whole late-sixties psychedelic movement and up there amongst them is a certain Peter Max. A man whose interest in astronomy led to what he termed his ‘Cosmic ‘60s’ period featuring early psychedelic and counter-culture...

  • 1960s Design

    Just One More! – Creative Cartoon Covers

    • 583 Views • 1950s, 1960s, Art, MagazineNo Comments

    The good people at the snappily titled Press Photographers Association of Greater Los Angeles (henceforth known as the PPAGLA and formerly known as the Los Angeles Press Photographers Association) have been around since 1936 and by the looks of things are...

  • Jean-Jacques Perrey

    Jean-Jacques Perrey – French Electronic Pioneer on US TV Game Show

    • 522 Views • 1960s, MusicComments Off on Jean-Jacques Perrey – French Electronic Pioneer on US TV Game Show

    For those of you who haven’t stumbled across the unique electronic music of Jean-Jacques Perrey then this could be the start of a beautiful musical journey, for those of you who have, here is an opportunity to see the great man himself appearing on an...

  • pop

    Panini Goes Pop – 1968 Cards from the Vaults

    • 1714 Views • 1960s, Ephemera, MusicComments Off on Panini Goes Pop – 1968 Cards from the Vaults

    Having been stuck away somewhere in the dusty recesses of the Internet these Panini cards have come out wide-eyed and blinking to reveal a little piece of history from 1968. In 1960 the Panini brothers from Modena, Italy found a collection of stickers that a...

  • Ali

    Buck White – Muhammad Ali Treading the Boards

    • 1503 Views • 1960s, Popular, SportComments Off on Buck White – Muhammad Ali Treading the Boards

    Back in the heady days of late 1969 a new Broadway musical was conceived based around the book Big Time Buck White by Joseph Dolan Tuotti. Starring Muhammad Ali (or Cassius Clay as he was billed in big block capitals) it was the story of a radical Black Power...