Marilyn Monroe photographed by Bert Stern, 1962
Cover art by Robert Bonfils for Bar Broad by Allan Horne,1964 (via)
Alfred Hitchcock wearing a Beatles wig, 1964
Diana Ross backstage at The Apollo Theater by Bruce Davidson, 1965
(VIA Magnum Photos)
NYC Times Square advertisement for Goldfinger (1964)
Jimi Hendrix on stage at the Newport Pop Festival, 1969.
"She might have fooled me, but she didn’t fool my mother."
Archie comics- Laugh issue #130 (1962)
Nina Simone photographed by Charles “Teenie” Harris, 1965
"If I could find a real-life place that’d make me feel like Tiffany’s, then - then I’d buy some furniture and give the cat a name!"
A film by Arthur Penn
Bonnie and Clyde (1967)
Producer: Tatira Hiller, Warner Bros, Warren Beaty
Screenplay: David Newman, Robert Benton
Cinematography: Burnett Guffey
"They’re young, they’re in love and they kill people." was the effective publicity line of this most stylish and uncompromising of gangster pictures based on a true story. In this film, the bank robbers are portrayed as heroic and romantic-star-crosses-lovers caught up in a whirl of violence and passion, meticulously evoked by posed photographes in sepia. The black comedy moves inevitably toward the much imitated ending in slow motion-the pair die in a hail of bullets.