A look at the hippie life, from the 1960s to today
In 1967, Irving Penn traveled to San Fran, where he witnessed a counterculture being born. In the years following, Dennis Stock went to California for 5-week road trip up and down the coast, documenting the hippie counterculture at its peak, while Baron Wolman captured the enchantment of Woodstock in New York. By 1971, John Wehrheim had documented life in a hippie tree house village in Hawaii. And decades later, Steve Davis photographed 21st-century hippies, from tattoo artists to baristas.