During the 1960s-70s, J.S. Bach became a mass market celebrity, used in ads to sell recording & playback equipment and in album art to sell LPs. "Bach busts" showed up in contexts previously unimaginable: flying through outer space, smoking, filling up with wine. As a pop star he traversed genres of psych rock, easy listening, jazz, disco, electronic and classical. One could also argue that he fathered not only Western Classical music, but also the “Peacock Revolution” in 1960s men’s fashion. He certainly wore the ruffled sleeve well.
Part of my collection is below.