Selected by artist Jack Pierson, these serene portrait drawings of various Tinseltown personalities—not just actors, but writers, directors and other film-industry types—are strangely timeless. Yet their fluid lines seem to speak to the moment when Hollywood's fabled studio system lost its hold on the way movies were made.
"Don Bachardy: Portraits from a Canyon, Los Angeles in the 60s and 70s"
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