Self portrait by Serge Gainsbourg, 1957
Popular Mechanics Magazine, 1957. Written so you can understand it.
Elaine Stewart / at home in Los Angeles / photo by Earl Leaf, 1957.
Un policier dressant un procès-verbal à une jeune femme en bikini. Rimini (Italie), septembre 1957.
© Ullstein Bild
Det Sjunde Inseglet, Ingmar Bergman (1957)
A scene from Penelope, a play by Leonora Carrington and staged by her friend and disciple, Alejandro Jodorowsky, in 1957. Set designs/costumes by Carrington.
Leonora Carrington’s art and writings were influenced and inspired directly by her work as a magician – as a walker between worlds: an alchemist and visionary. Her world was suffused with the esoteric, and she ruled at its center, inscribing her arcane symbols onto canvas, paper, the walls of her home. Helen Byatt, in her introduction to "The Hearing Trumpet" describes her workspace: “One visitor to her studio called it ‘the most dream-saturated place I know,’ whilst another described her study, with its apocalyptic disorder of boxes and jars overflowing with aromatics and spices, the dusty books, pictures of fantastic animals with human eyes, and the strange dolls with birds’ heads hanging from the ceiling, as the den of a ‘sixteenth century magician.‘”
Princess Grace And Prince Rainier Walk At Burlington Arcade. 26-11-1957.
Mary Mclaughlin photographed by Leombruno-Bodi, wearing a fake moonstone necklace and earrings by Miriam Haskell for Vogue, November 15th 1957.
1957 Chrysler advertisement
1957 Swanson Frozen Fruit Pie advertisement
1957 Norcross Greeting Card ad
Les Such - The Bulletin, Vol. 78 No. 4040,17th July 1957
Leslie Edwin Such (1902 - 1963) was a freelance cartoonist, draughtsman and painter from Australia. His paintings depict rural life in New South Wales and northern Queensland. His work was published in Australian newspapers and magazines such as New Idea, the Bulletin and Sydney Mail.
1957 Kodak film advertisement
Marilyn Monroe photographed by Milton Greene, 1957.
This would be their last photoshoot together.