Hippie Woman Getting Her Face Painted
Wearing a gingham dress and beads around her neck, Susan Manca has her face painted by a hippie friend William Fuller as they make the scene in Greenwich Village where freelance underground film casting expert Charles Bacis was selecting extras. The couple was among some 300 authentic hippies hopefully waiting to be chosen for a Greenwich Village sequence in "For Love of Ivy," starring Sidney Poitier.
Date Photographed: October 17, 1967
Location Information: New York, New York, USA
Psychedelic Bagpipe Party
"The Fool", a group of artists and clothing designers who named themselves after the tarot card, celebrate the opening of the Aquarius Theater. The Theater is seen in the background and it's has just been painted by this group of artists.
Photographer: Henry Diltz
Date Photographed: May 1969
Location Information: Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA