Actor, director, and artist Dennis Hopper was a true American renaissance man. Staring in such films as Apocalypse Now, Rebel Without a Cause, and Cool Hand Luke, in addition to co-writing, directing, and acting in Easy Rider. He was also an integral part of LA’s defining art scene in the late 50’s and 60’s working along side artist like Ed Ruscha, Wallace Berman and Edward Moses. Featured here is a series of photos he took of close friend Jane Fonda as she practiced archery, in a bikini, for her upcoming role in Barbarella. At the time he was known to always have a camera in his hand, shooting everything he came in contact with, whether people liked it or not. We’re sure glad he did!