Jefferson Airplane, 1968 by Art Kane


"When Kane did a cover story for LIFE on rock musicians in 1968...he was in high enough demand that LIFE approved his request to spend thousands of dollars—an outsized sum for a photo shoot at the time—to construct translucent cubes in which to photograph the Jefferson Airplane. The stacked cubes had a dual meaning in Kane’s concept for the shoot: First, he needed to make the Airplane fly. Second—and lost on all but the most discerning readers—they invoked sugar cubes, a common delivery system for LSD."

Eliza Berman, TIME Magazine


16" x 20" edition of 25

30" x 40" edition of 4

50" x 75" edition of 1