Tie dyed clothing and objects were very popular in the 1960s. It was brought to America through the hippie movement, a youth movement that advocated the sexual revolution, psychedelic rock and protested the Vietnam War. Hippies wanted a way to escape from the strict social norm of the 50s, and tie-dye was just one way of expressing their free-spirited nature. Count as 2 pins
Hippies The hippie movement of the 1960s based itself on the concept of not conforming to socially approved patterns of behaviour and indulging in a form of gentle anarchy. Nakedness was celebrated ...
Hippies in the park. every weekend we would hang out on at the Audobon Park, New Orleans, listen to the band playing and just sit there and smoke well we went on weekends, but i don't know where this picture was taken
The 1969 Woodstock Festival at which 400,000 young people gathered in a spirit of love and sharing, represents the pinnacle of the hippie movement. The musical phenomena of the decade was Woodstock, a three day music festival that drew 400,000 people and featured peace, love, and happiness...and LSD.