Photography: Guy Voet
Photographs of garments were printed on light and fluid fabrics. Then made up into garments of very simple construction.
Rock, a 250-plus page Bantam paperback, was published in January 1968 and subtitled “Music of the Electric Generation.” It was one of the first books of its kind, chronicling a cultural revolution that was still in the midst of its own creation. Crammed with black-and-white portraits of bands and musicians, it’s part oral history, part visual LSD trip.