M/S of a man sculpting female's head. C/U shot of an artist working on the head. C/U shot of the head. The sculptor is Mr Winston Clark, manufacturer of window dummies. He is sculpting dummy's head. This is, according to voiceover, the first stage in process of making window dummies....
Plaster models and mannequins for shop windows made by Italian family in London.
Shocking 60's fashion - green, white, golden nail polish, Mary Quant dresses, different colour toenails.
All sorts of artists gather at the Abbey Art Centre and Museum in New Barnet. London.
An Action Artist demonstrates how he creates a picture by running a bicycle over paint on canvas.
Traditional outfits from India, Bangkok and Japan and their western versions presented in London.
Pamela Curtis-Green makes miniature ceramic models at Heal's home ware store in London.
Britain swings like crazy as stories are gathered for the first issue of groovy new magazine 'Intro' (neg version - see note in description).
Humorous art exhibition gets a Royal Visitor.
Various views of the city's landmarks and inhabitants at work and play.
Famous chef and war hero Marius Sylvain Dutray paints flowers on silk and similar materials.
Cobbler artist, George Brockwell hammers out works of art onto the soles of shoes.
Hollywood cobbler who lives on Thames shows her latest shoe designs - great embroidery.
A group of women make groovy textiles at the Hampstead Garden Suburbs Institute.
Artist Peter Thompson modifies Chinese 'free brush' style to create unique images in almost no time.
Enrico Baj, artist, creates a new painting on gallery floor - fantastic work. Where is he now?
A range of television commercials made by Pathe are shown includes some brilliant ads!
A look at strange hair ornamentation and wigs made from feathers and tissue paper.
Design and production of banknotes at Morris Waterlow and Sons in Worship Street, London.
Sculptor Theo Crosby working on mosaics at his studio in Hammersmith, London.
Old baker's carts are converted into children's caravans and street stands.
Mr Aczel restoring and retouching old master paintings at Brook Street in London.
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for the stories featured in CP 317.
Out takes (cuts, rushes) for story featured in CP 662 - quintessential "Swinging '60s" material.
A story about a housewife who makes plastic dolls to sell and exhibit by baking them in her oven.