The '60s and '70s ... now those were fascinating times.
For shaggy facial hair and brown turtlenecks, sure.
But really: for culture.
Dirty Harry. The Stones. Easy Rider. No irony or meta anything there.
All documented before, but never documented like this: in very limited-edition prints by Sonic Editions, available now.
Purveyors of fine art prints, SE’s new collection is a collab with Freemans Sporting Club, the NYC champion of old-world craftsmanship and bespoke tailoring.
Nominally a tie-in to their spring/summer wardrobe, the FSC prints are, for all intents and purposes, a slice of retro awesomeness.
- Clint Eastwood channeling Dirty Harry
- Al Pacino relaxing. Under swords.
- Paul McCartney’s Sears-worthy family portrait
All framed, starting at about $199.
Besides the Freemans prints, Sonic Editions curates a number of other worthwhile collections, like this month’s Michael Caine round-up, a selection of classic hip-hop pics and even (somewhat) inspirational quotes from The Economist.
All picture perfect stuff. For any era.