To celebrate their Spring/Summer 2014 launch, Freeman's Sports Club has teamed up with Sonic Editions on a limited edition run of fine art prints — up for grabs starting at $119 — featuring photos of iconic celebs kicking back like normal people in the sixties and seventies, embodying the attitude and inspiration behind the collection. According to F.S.C.'s editorial director David Coggins, the idea was "to choose some images that appeal to all our interests, from music to film to cars to the outdoors. Of course we also chose a few good mustaches." The result is a beautiful mix including the likes of Clint Eastwood inspecting a gun, a super awkward McCartney family photo, and Debbie Harry being an OG badass.
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Jagger Strums Mick Jagger in a rare moment of pensive non lip-flapping circa '73.
James Hunt "James Hunt of Great Britain in his McLaren Ford before the British Grand Prix at the Brands Hatch circuit in England. Hunt was disqualified from the race after using his spare car in the restart."
Easy Rider Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda hanging out behind the scenes on the cult classic. Just two badass dudes chillin'.
Redford On Set Robert Redford, looking exhausted and battered by stardom while taking a break from shooting Electric Horseman in 1979.
Al Pacino Relaxing on a Couch While he may very well be a low-key dude through and through, something about Al Pacino's resting face says suggests he wouldn't bat an eye ripping that sword off the wall and murdering you.
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