The first-ever retrospective of iconic psychedelic artist Marijke Koger-Dunham’s paintings, clothes, album art, and photos opens tomorrow in Los Angeles. Koger-Dunham’s resume reads like a syllabus of the Sixties: She famously painted John Lennon’s piano (her design was based on Tarot cards), the Beatles’ Apple Boutique, and a mural for George Harrison; among many, many other projects, she also designed costumes for Cream. If those pictures could talk…


“Freedom As Fuel: The Work of Marijke Koger-Dunham” runs through July 22 at the Sonos Studio at 145 North LaBrea Ave., Los Angeles;

Photos: courtesy of Sonos Studio