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Choose from 48 pictures in our Vintage collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


A man holds a tea cup in one hand and a tea tray in the other Featured Vintage Print

A man holds a tea cup in one hand and a tea tray in the other

A black and white portrait of an older man wearing spectacles and a checked shirt. In one hand he holds a white cup, with his little finger 'pinky' extended; in the other he holds a tea tray on which stands a chrome or silver teapot. He wears a white napkin tucked into his collar. The man is smiling as he looks down into the camera. In the background are the high windows of a large factory floor. This image was shot while filming 'When It Comes to People' 1968

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Three young people stand talking outside a shop's display window Featured Vintage Print

Three young people stand talking outside a shop's display window

A black and white image of three young people - two women and a man - standing outside a shop's display window. The two women are talking to each other. Both have long straight hair and are dressed in the miniskirts of the 1960s era. The man has long sideburns and is dressed in a dark coloured suit and tie. He is looking away from the women. One woman carries a houndstooth patterned bag and a bunch of white flowers. This image was shot while filming 'Three to Go: Michael' 1969: Until now, Michael's life has followed a relatively straight and narrow path. A chance encounter with an actor involved in a film about guerrilla warfare leads him to question his safe job and conservative lifestyle. In this experimental drama, Michael is taken on an excursion into the world of the young radical, but is it where he belongs? Acclaimed director Peter Weir interweaves Michael's story with footage showing dramatised armed resistance in a Sydney under siege and segments from ?Youth Quake', a panel discussion about the youth revolution

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A man in a wetsuit is 'hooked' by a woman carrying a fishing rod Featured Vintage Print

A man in a wetsuit is 'hooked' by a woman carrying a fishing rod

A colour image of a man in a wetsuit facing a woman wearing a red sun hat, who is carrying a fishing rod. The man is dressed in a full wetsuit with a scuba diving hood. A large oval divers mask covers most of his face. He appears to have been 'hooked' by the woman, because her fishing line is attached to his head by a giant hook. In the background is a tropical beach setting - a hill-topped sandy beach lies at the edge of a calm blue water bay. This image was shot while filming 'Will the Great Barrier Reef cure Claude Clough?' 1967: This bizarre little film takes the form of a psychiatric session, using the metaphor as a way to explore the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef. When people on the street seem to be walking backwards or upside down, Claude Clough (Charles Little) seeks therapy. His psychoanalyst (June Thody) advises him to take a holiday and get back to basics. From the psychoanalyst's couch, Claude's journey begins, with the psychoanalyst playing the roles of flight attendant, beautiful local girl and mermaid. The result is a tourist film with a difference - including stunning footage of the Great Barrier Reef. A lighthearted parody of psychoanalysis with a decidedly 60s feel

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