Nick Turse

Flavorpill presents Penguin Bond, a 2008 series of reprints with “mildly psychedelic, ’60s- and ’70s-retro portraits of each novel’s iconic Bond girl” as designed by Michael Gillette, on the cover.

Flavorpill presents Penguin Bond, a 2008 series of reprints with “mildly psychedelic, ’60s- and ’70s-retro portraits of each novel’s iconic Bond girl” as designed by Michael Gillette, on the cover.

theswinginsixties:

The Generation Gap… Life magazine, May 1968.

theswinginsixties:

The Generation Gap… Life magazine, May 1968.

newsweek:

theswinginsixties:

A 1960s Brooklyn street scene.

It still rings true today: no other ketchup tastes like Heinz.

newsweek:

theswinginsixties:

A 1960s Brooklyn street scene.

It still rings true today: no other ketchup tastes like Heinz.

Greenwich Village, Circa 1960 — ANIMAL

Thanks to Animal and Gothamist for this gem.  The beginning seems to be a covert sales pitch for cotton corduroy (“the fabric of ‘Now Generation’”) masquerading as a love poem to the Village and it’s a little jumpy toward the end, but the visuals are fantastic. 

Old New York.  You can hardly find it in NYC today, but it’s on full display here.  Don’t miss it!