A few nice celebrity styles images I found:
Charlotte Amalie United States Virgin Islands. Panorama. Nikon D3100. DSC_0223-0236.
Image by bobchin1941 Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, vista. Panorama, constructed from 14 portrait style images, stitched together using Microsoft ICE. Taken on the 19/12/2014 at 09:41:52Hrs using a Nikon D3100 camera with an AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR lens. Viewpoint Paradise Point. More detail viewed on ORIGINAL size. Charlotte Amalie located on St. Thomas, is the capital and largest city of the U.S. Virgin Islands.
1966 Vinyl Record Album Ad, Guitarist Chet Atkins "Picks on the Beatles"
Image by classic_film Vintage 1960s magazine advertisement, RCA Victor Records' "Chet Atkins Picks on the Beatles" record album, 1966 Tagline: "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah! It's Chet Atkins" Opening text: "Here's America's top pop guitarist playing the Beatles' best in this great new album. Choosing twelve famous Beatle hits, Chet's guitar picks out the songs in the style that so uniquely says 'That's Chet.' Here's an original combination that's hard to beat - the songs of the Beatles played by the fantastic guitar of Chet Atkins. Album includes 'Yesterday,' 'Hard Day's Night,' 'She Loves You,' 'Things We Said Today' and eight other smash hit songs." Bio background on Atkins from Wikipedia: Chester Burton "Chet" Atkins (June 20, 1924 â" June 30, 2001) was an American guitarist, occasional vocalist and record producer who, along with Owen Bradley, created the smoother country music style known as the Nashville sound, which expanded country's appeal to adult pop music fans as well. [...] Atkins received numerous awards, including 14 Grammy Awards and nine Country Music Association Instrumentalist of the Year awards. In 1993 he was honored with the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Billboard magazine awarded him their Century Award, their "highest honor for distinguished creative achievement", in December 1997. Atkins is notable for his broad influence. His love for numerous styles of music can be traced from his early recording of stride-pianist James P. Johnson's "Johnson Rag," all the way to the rock stylings of Eric Johnson, an invited guest on Atkins's recording sessions who, when Chet attempted to copy his influential rocker "Cliffs of Dover," led to Atkins's creation of a unique arrangement of "Londonderry Air (Danny Boy)." Chet's recordings of "MalagueÃ±a" inspired a new generation of Flamenco guitarists; the classical guitar selections included on almost all his albums were, for many American artists working in the field today, the first classical guitar they ever heard. He recorded smooth jazz guitar still played on American airwaves today. Atkins continued performing in the 1990s, but his health declined after being diagnosed again with cancer in 1996. He died on June 30, 2001, at his home in Nashville, Tennessee. ************** Published in Ingenue magazine, April 1966 - Vol. 8, No. 4 Fair use/no known copyright. If you use this photo, please provide attribution credit; not for commercial use (see Creative Commons license).