Clapton's Fool: custom painted Gibson SG guitar for Eric Clapton by Simon Posthuma and Marijke Koger, 1967

Eric Clapton's 'The Fool' guitar - 1967 -- it was a 1964 Gibson SG guitar painted by the Dutch art collective The Fool.

Kinfauns: The Home of George Harrison and Patti Boyd

thateventuality: “Scan - George Harrison, in front of the fireplace painted by The Fool, Kinfauns, 1967 Scanned from Living in the Material World ““I’m a musician. This is a thing.

Pattie Boyd wears The Fool

jenny boyd modelling the fool designs for the beatles apple boutique

60s clothing by The Fool

Apple Boutique interior and outfits by The Fool Design Collective. Photograph by Ronald Traeger for UK Vogue, January Models: Pattie Boyd, kellie Wilson. Image scanned by Sweet Jane.

Yosha Finch Leeger limited edition 1966 in Eva Magazine Cut out technique by hand layered in fabric by Josje Leeger Model on the left is Pantera (mother of Panter) Foto by Wim van de Linde

Yosha Finch Leeger limited edition 1966 in Eva Magazine . Model on the left is Pantera Photo by Wim van de Linde

Fashion from The Apple Boutique, c. 1967

“ Fashion from The Apple Boutique, c. 1967 The Apple Boutique was the Beatles’ first commercial venture. It opened it’s doors on December 1967 … Sadly, (it) was a financial disaster and closed.

The Fool

Marijke Koger & Simon Posthuma of The Fool ~ Jackie magazine, 1970

Rave magazine Simon Posthuma & Marijke Koger of The Fool 1967 This image to me is a good aesthetic representation of the scruffy rainbow aesthetic: colourfl, carefree and dirty.

The Fool outside Apple Boutique

let the good times roll The Fool Designs from the are so mesmerising and provide a constant stream of inspiration. The colours patterns swirls and clashes always catch the eye

Rave Sept.67 issue; article on designers The Fool page 3 : — with Lia Pamina and Marijke Koger-Dunham.

article on designers The Fool page 3 : — with Lia Pamina and Marijke Koger-Dunham.

Elle Elliott modeling the "Summer Sunday" line by Marijke Koger-Dunham, 1972

Elle Elliott modeling the "Summer Sunday" line by Marijke Koger-Dunham, 1972

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