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Psychedelic Paintings

History of The FOOL (visionary artists | psychedelic artists)

The FOOL were a group of collective artists known for their psychedelic paintings. They had their worked published in British popular music in the 1960s. The original members include artists Simon Posthuma and Marijke Koger, as the lead artist. They were introduced to the world when they were published in The Times. Later Barry Finch and artist Josje Leeger also joined the group of artists.

their famous works include:

  • Clothes worn by the Hollies on the cover of their 1967 album Evolution
  • Stage costumes and the front cover design for the self-titled 1967 debut LP Move by the Move
  • Stage costumes for Procol Harum
  • Cover of the Incredible String Band's 1967 LP The 5000 Spirits or the Layers of the Onion
  • stage costumes and decoration to instruments used by Cream
  • Eric Clapton's famed Gibson SG guitar named also The FOOL
  • Jack Bruce's Fender Bass VI bass
  • Ginger Baker's drum kit, created for the group's 1967 tour of the US.
  • Clothes worn by the Beatles in the 1967 television broadcast of "All You Need Is Love"
  • Huge 3-story mural painted in psychedelic colors on the facade of the Beatles' Apple Boutique in London's Baker Street
  • John Lennon's piano
  • George Harrison's fireplace mural at Kinfauns
  • the set design and costumes for Joe Massot's 1968 movie Wonderwall.

painted instruments


guitar art


Eric Clapton's psychedelic acoustic guitar

ERIC CLAPTON'S GIBSON SG - Psychedelic Acoustic Guitar

FOOL mural psychedlic paintings

Boutique Mural and The FOOL

john lennon piano psychedelic paintings


george harrison psychedelic paintings mural


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