Original camera-ready photographic maquette of a staged beatnik party with scantily-clad revelers.
No place: Privately published, 1968.
The photo shows three couples partying, the guys are all shirtless, two are wearing shades, the women are wearing bra and panties. They are all cavorting in a shag carpeted living room with cigarettes and booze on the table. This scene was staged for an unknown "men's magazine" that, presumably, was doing an article on beatniks, or given the 1968 date, maybe hippies (but they look more like beatniks). The maquette has some printer's info written on the right margin, not affecting the image, with a few small cropping marks at the corners. Floated on a white matte and ready for framing. Near fine (photo 10" x 8" matted to ca. 14" x 11").