A man after our own heart, Dennis Hopper, the actor, filmmaker, photographer, and guru of 1970s counterculture, didn't follow trends. He filled his homes with things old and new and collected what he loved. The result was a breathtaking 300-piece art collection, which famously sold at auction after his death in 2010.
But fans of Hollywood's legendary troublemaker can scoop up remnants from his estate tomorrow on One Kings Lane.
Included in the sale are catalogs, art books, and other collectible editions from Hopper's own library. And, apparently, this gorgeous collection of vintage chairs.