Photographer Jack Robinson spent nearly 17 years documenting fashion, art, music and culture during the 1960s and 70s. The former Vogue photographer even spent his later years working with stained-glass before he passed away in 1997. Upon his death, Oppenheimer was responsible for handling the late photographer's effects and discovered more than 100,000 of Robinson prints inside an old cupboard.

Hit the thumbs to check out Jack Robinson's awesome shots from the 60s and 70s. [Retronaut]