Here is Jimmy's original art and black acetate overlay. You needed rubber cement, white-out, an Exact-o knife and a steady hand to make a set back in the 60's:
Groovy man-dig those elephant flares! Note that we have seen these acetate overlays before-it was how things were done into the 1970's before a different, albeit somewhat similar process that involved more color layers, became the norm before digital layouts were even a glimmer in Ben Solomon's eye. Here's how they looked once stacked:
George has really got some threads, I mean wow!
Probstein always has a bunch of Mod Generation proofs up on the 'bay but these are not part of his offerings. He has enough out there that I may be able to eventually use the process of elimination to determine what name belongs to this image:
You can see it's a short name but all the pasted on bits have been lost. I'll take a whack at it when I have a little down time and update if I find anything. It's not Ann though:
Those earrings would have hurt in real life! And who's this happy couple?
Why it's me and my wife! I had this framed up for our 30th Anniversary a little while back. Sorry about the glare!