A collection of images taken by the late actor Dennis Hopper in the 60s are going on display in a gallery in Berlin this week.
The images where found last year after the actors belongs had been put into storage. They were taken over a six year period from 1961, and feature shots of fellow icons, such as Paul Newman, John Wayne, Andy Warhol, David Hockey and Roy Lichenstein.
There are 440 images in total, which also feature some interesting historical moments including a civil rights march attended by Martin Luther King and the Sunset Strip curfew riots in Hollywood in 1966.
“Dennis Hopper, the Lost Album”, is showing at the Martin Gropius Bau until December 17th 2012.