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Al Stokes
UK Rock Festivals | Stonehenge Peoples' Free Festival | other publications | IMDb | Youtube : Veteran Film Maker | The Trolley Men Band
Brion Gysin
multi-media artist : paintings, drawings, collage, sound, literature, music, performance and kinetic art - rumoured to have done a concert or radio recording in a pool… probably in France involving some hippy musicians?
Christophe Charpenel
Fine Art photos for a Musical Mind, and other imagery
creator of Occupy video for Gong
David Tibet
Doris Rützel
cover photo for Tim Blake Blake's New Jerusalem and image credits on Steve Hillage 'Searching for the Spark' (also implicated in the design of the original Gong mandala?!)
Planet Gong public group - open to view, free to join, members can contribute - stills, video, illustration, animation…
Hawk Alfredson
surrealistic painter whose work appears on the cover of Elevenses (daevid allen Weird Quartet), and elsewhere - the small portrait of Pierre Moerlen seen at the unCon 2006, for instance… On Art and Aesthetics [review]; Players of Strange Meaningless Games [book]
Jezaland : Gong, Here & Now, Zorch, and free festival photo galleries
Marc Ingrand
Artist/Illustrator - designed cover for Natural Progression's Bubbled Up on Dub, volume 1
Matt Howarth
Comic book illustrator/writer perhaps best known as the writer/artist of the 'Those Annoying Post Bros.' comic book series, in 1979, Matt collaborated with Gong's daevid allen on a short comic strip which was published in the Planet Gong Newspaper, a free giveaway in conjunction with Gong's debut USA Tour.
Paul Misso
Glastonbury Festival (Faire) 1970-1978 photographs
Peter Ray (aka Pencil Squeezer)
graphic art - as seen on the cover of Carig Fortnam's Lunar One A-Sides
Phil Franks
PhilmFreax photographs include Gong, daevid Allen, Lady June, Nik Turner, Barney Bubbles, and many more…
Psychedelic Art
Robbie's online fluoro blacklight poster shop, festival photos, etc.
Ron Bracale
the usual suspects: daevid allen, gilli smyth, thom the poet, tim blake, del detmar, nik turner, richard sinclair…
Tash GB
Alan Lodge - activist & photographer : 'One Eye on the Road'
Thomas Anfield
Vancouver-based painter, performance artist, art instructor. Last seen at Uncon 2006.
Traveller Homes
It's how we roll. Images and tales of converted buses, lorries, vans and caravans (mostly around the old free festival circuit), as well as boats, tractors and wagons, and all sorts. A sizeable and invaluable archive.