Hippie art refers to the artistic expressions and visual styles that emerged during the 1960s and 1970s countercultural movement known as the "Hippie" or "1960s counterculture" era. This period was marked by a rejection of mainstream societal norms and an emphasis on peace, love, individual freedom, and a return to nature. Hippies sought to challenge the prevailing conservative values of the time and promoted alternative lifestyles and spiritual exploration. Hippie art was characterized by a vibrant and psychedelic aesthetic, often incorporating bold, bright colors and intricate patterns.
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