The Beatles' outfits are historic and can often be found on display in Rock Museums or in exhibitions. The four band members were often pictured on their albums wearing matching suits or similarly styled fashions. The iconic 60s rock band somehow made matching look groovy and their style became just as iconic as their music.
Swedish artist Danilo Agutoli illustrated the evolution of outfits worn by The Beatles in his recent work. Right at first glance, these illustrations embody each Beatle's groovy vibe; their arms are elongated and funkily entwined in one another. Each drawing showcases the band's famous uniforms, such as the ones that graced the album 'Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.'
The illustrations also show the year in which they were dressed like their depiction. Danilo used iconic examples from 1962 to 1970.
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