photographing the long-haired, lovestruck students of 70s oxford
Paddy Summerfield’s new book, ‘The Oxford Pictures 1968-1978,’ captures the bittersweet aftermath of student debauchery, complete with new-dawn kisses, trailing feather boas, and the loneliness of growing up.
a very colorful history of tie-dye, from woodstock to ‘wayne’s world’
How psychedelic DIY swirls became a symbol of the counterculture and a stoner staple.
the naked, ecstatic world of america's neo-hippies
Ever wondered what happened to all the hippies? Photographer Steve Schapiro answers that question in his new book.
john kilar is the ultimate festival photographer
John Kilar’s photographs capture the beautiful side of sometimes not-so-beautiful scenes, from communes to Coachella.