We continue our look at magazine covers throughout the decades with a diverse smattering from the 1960’s. We start off with some teen magazines (teen magazines, much like the teenagers, were invented in the 1950’s and really came into their own in the 1960’s).
Teen (November 1964)
19 (August 1969)
We have many nice film magazine from the 1950’s forward, here are a few:
Film Culture (Summer 1960)
Film Quarterly (Winter 1967-8) Still from Aurthur Penn's "Bonnie and Clyde"
The French sure love their cinema.
An early edition of L’Esprit Créateur: The International Quarterly of French and Francophone Studies.
L'Esprit Createur (Winter 1968)
A couple titanic Fortune Magazines (of which we have many from the 1940’s on).
Fortune (August 1969)
Fortune (June 1964)
A couple of our Graphic Design and Art covers:
Graphis n. 113 (1964)
Art International (1965) Photograph of Yaacov Agam's mural, Double Metamorphosis, on the S.S. Shalom, flagship of the Zim Lines.
Art International (March 1964) Cover by: Rollin Crampton
Industrial Design (November 1969)
A trio of the ever elegant Met Bulletin Covers:
Met Bulletin (February 1968)
Met Bulletin (October 1968) A North African Hanging from about 1600, woven silk with metal thread, 18 feet 8 inches x 4 feet 4 inches.
Met Bulletin (February 1969) Water Color by Jacob Marrel.
Met Bulletin (October 1969) Front (aka: right) The Thorn of Charity. Back: David with Two Musicians, and David and Goliath. Miniatures, enlarged three and a half time (per the original cover), from a psalter and prayer book made for Bonne of Luxembourg by Jean Pucelle, French. About 1345. Colors on parchment, 2 1/8 inches x 1 7/8 inches and 2 1/16 inches x 1 3/4 inches. The Cloisters Collection.
And an exceedingly shiny Harper’s Bazaar cover:
Harper's Bazar (December 1969)
Magazine Covers – 1970-1979 – Part 2 (Film Magazines)
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The picture collection has thousands of magazine covers, hundreds of which, sprinkled throughout the decades, are Film Magazine covers. 1970-1979 seems to have more than others, which is why I decided to give Film Magazines its own post for the 70’s. The 70’s is my favorite decade for cinema. What is yours?
Sight and Sound Spring 1970. John Frankenheimer's "The Horsemen". Photo by Hayden Percival.
Sight and Sound Spring 1971. Squirrel Nutkin (Wayne Sleep) in the Royal Ballet Film "Tales of Beatrix Potter," directed by Reginald Mills.
Film Comment Summer 1971. Jeanne Moreau and Orson Welles in Chimes at Midnight (1965) aka "Falstaff." Photo by Peppercorn - Wormser
Film Comment Spring 1972. Jane Fonda in "Klute." Photo: Warner Brothers.
Film Quarterly Fall 1972. Bud Cort in "Harold and Maude."
From Tom Dewitt Ditto's "The Fall" (1971) More About Tom Dewitt Ditto
Film Quarterly Winter 1972/1973. From Robert Altman's "Images."
AFI Report (American Film Institure Quarterly) Spring 1974. Cookie Monster eating the vision of the tele.
Film Comment Jan/Feb 1974. "Ken Takakura, Japan's number one Yakuza star. Photo: Paul Schrader.
Film Comment Nov/Dec 1974
Film Quarterly Fall 1975. Bennie Casey as "Hit Man."
Film Comment Nov Dec 1975. Georgina Hale in Ken Russell's "Mahler" (photo: MOMA/Film Stills).
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