George Bartell, cover illustration for José Feliciano, 1968. RCA. Source
Bartell is known for his works for GT40s, Daytona Coupé or Shelby Cobra, a master of motion.
Busy students eat boxed lunch, from Columbia University Archives.
Pardon me, you’re standing on my yellowfoot, Color Is For Everyone! Fashion editorial eye magazine, 1968. Featured Keds Uni-Royal, Perugia, Sbicca, Renegades etc. Via sweetJane
A Better Version Of That Photo.
Ping-pong time with Henry Fonda and the three-piece, patch-pocketed-tweed, military-creased Jimmy Stewart.
J. D. Salinger reads from Catcher in the Rye, in Brooklyn, New York.
Artist In Residence, No. 13
Cy Twombly, Rome, 1966
'I think space is for paintings, for looking at paintings. Paintings 'hold' in that kind of rectilinear space, which contains the energy of the works…'
Photographed by Horst P. Horst for Vogue.
Sergei Rachmaninoff driving his daughter around in a convertible.