The Beatles crossing Abbey Road from another angle
Fragment of The Beatles’ Abbey Road album cover. Although Let it Be was released afterwards, Abbey Road was actually the last album recorded by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr.
The Fab Four taking a break. The album opener Come Together was a Lennon contribution. The chorus was inspired by a song Lennon originally wrote for Timothy Leary’s campaign for governor of California titled Let’s Get It Together.
English tailor Tommy Nutter designed the suits worn by John, Ringo and Paul.
In one of the firsts outtakes they were walking in the opposite side of the street
That August 8th 1969 only six shots were taken for the cover of the album
The front cover design, a photograph of the group traversing a zebra crossing, was based on sketched ideas by McCartney and taken outside EMI Studios on Abbey Road. At around 11:30 that morning, photographer Iain Macmillan was given only ten minutes to take the photo whilst he stood on a step-ladder and a policeman held up the traffic
McMillan revisited the scene for the front cover of Paul is Live (1993)
Still from Trainspotting (Danny Boyle, 1996)
Drawing by Al Hirshfeld
Antwerp Six. From left: Ann Demeulemeester, Dirk Van Saene, Marina Yee, Dries Van Noten, Walter Van Beirendonck y Dirk Bikkembergs.
Halston with his collaborators. New York, August 22, 1968. From left: Halston,Frances Stein, Joel Schumacher and Joanne Creveling. Photo: Sal Traina.
Still from Imagine Dragons’ On Top of the World music video (Matt Eastin and Corey Fox, 2013).