In the about six decades aback they aboriginal accustomed on the bedrock n’ cycle scene, artisan John Van Hamersveld and columnist Henry Diltz accept become icons in their corresponding fields.
While Van Hamersveld’s best constant angel is the the cine affiche for surfing blur “The Endless Summer,” he has additionally advised dozens of concert posters and added than 300 anthology covers for the Beach Boys, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and abounding added acclaimed musicians.
Diltz, meanwhile, is accepted for his images of bedrock legends The Doors, Joni Mitchell, Linda Ronstadt, The Eagles and Paul McCartney, abounding of whom adroitness added than 200 anthology covers. He is additionally accepted as the official columnist for the allegorical Woodstock and the Monterey Pop Festival.
Van Hamersveld and Diltz will allege Friday evening, Jan. 31, at the El Segundo Library as allotment of the affairs “Library Afterwards Dark: Music Icons.” The chat will be chastened by writer, editor and ambassador Stephen K. Peeples, who has a connected history with both men.
“It’s a abundant befalling for the admirers to see two legends in the cartoon business that is ball related,” Peeples said, “but additionally two actual altered abandon of it and the comparisons of them.”
Here is a little added about Van Hamersveld and Diltz.
Van Hamersveld’s angel for the cine affiche for “The Endless Summer,” Bruce Brown’s seminal cream blur appear in 1966, has remained iconic anytime since.
“It was a modernist image,” said Van Hamersveld, “so accordingly our abreast ability that we alive in acknowledges and tries to affectionate of adoration the mid-century assignment of houses and barrio and magazines.”
From 1967 to 1968, Van Hamersveld was the art administrator at Capitol Records, area he formed on the albums covers “Magical Mystery Tour” for The Beatles and “Wild Honey” for The Beach Boys.
He again larboard Capitol to anatomy his own company, Pinnacle Dance Concerts, area he oversaw the architecture of abundant consciousness-expanding concert posters, including for Jimi Hendrix and Cream.
Born in 1941, Van Hamersveld grew up in Palos Verdes’ Lunada Bay, but abounding El Segundo High School, area he accelerating in 1959, and was eventually inducted into the school’s anteroom of fame. He afterwards advised at Art Center Academy of Design.
Van Hamersveld, a Palos Verdes resident, has connected his abutting ties to the South Bay through his art career.
He advised the mural in Hermosa Beach on 14th Street, the 360-foot frieze activity that surrounds the Manhattan Art Center in Manhattan Beach, and the 510-foot annular mural accession on a Los Angeles Department of Baptize and Power baptize catchbasin in El Segundo.
David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash sitting on a drillmaster in advanced of a battered white abode is aloof one of the images Diltz took in 1969 — which became an iconic anthology covers
Diltz said he bought a $20 buzz camera aback he was touring with his band, the Modern Folk Quartet.
“We spent about bristles years traveling aback and alternating beyond the country accomplishing academy concerts, folk clubs and T.V. shows,” recalled Diltz. “This one tour, we went into a additional duke abundance in East Lansing, Michigan, and there was a table of buzz cameras.”
He bought a camera afterwards his bandmate bought one.
Diltz started demography photos of his bandage and all the places they visited on the tour. Aback they got aback to LA., he had a accelerate appearance for his accompany in Laurel Canyon and it afflicted his life.
“When I saw that aboriginal slide, 8-feet wide, aglow in blush on the wall,” Diltz said, it “blew my mind.”
His decades-long career began, with no training, with an anthology awning for The Lovin’ Spoonful. The band’s producer, Erik Jacobsen, alleged Diltz and asked him if he capital to appear to New York to photograph the band; the bandage paid his expenses.
One of Diltz’s admired shots was for the admission anthology of Crosby, Stills & Nash: the bandage on the couch in advanced of the white house.
Though the photos were initially aloof publicity shots, the bandage admired them abundant to accede them for an anthology cover. The alone botheration was the leash was out of order: Nash, Stills and Crosby.
“They had aloof absitively the adjustment of the names,” Diltz said. “I said, ‘Let’s go back. It will booty bristles minutes.’”
But aback they alternate to the site, the abode had been bulldozed. But they still ashore with the aboriginal photo.
When you’re demography pictures of things,” Diltz said, “it becomes history; they are all accomplished moments.”
What: “Library Afterwards Dark: Music Icons”
When: 7-9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31
Where: El Segundo Public Library, 111 W. Mariposa Ave.
Information: 310-524-2728 or eslib.org
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