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Rock and Roll fine art photography prints.

Updated on July 31, 2012

Iconic rock and roll music photographs

Steven Tyler & Joe Perry of Aerosmith photographed by Ian Davies
Steven Tyler & Joe Perry of Aerosmith photographed by Ian Davies | Source
Michael Stipe / REM photographed by Ian Davies
Michael Stipe / REM photographed by Ian Davies
Deborah Harry / Blondie  photographed by Ian Davies
Deborah Harry / Blondie photographed by Ian Davies

Rock and Roll Photo Prints

Signed, limited edition rock and roll art prints by photographer Ian Davies are now on sale. This new archive is a collectors dream. The collective includes art prints of Bowie, Bjork, Charlie Watts, Aerosmith, Beck, Deborah Harry/ Blondie, Goldie, Liam Gallagher, Joe Strummer, Maximo Park, Michael Stipe, Robert Smith, The Prodigy, James, Shirley Manson and many more....

The Crystal Fighters ....... well........ every up and coming artist as well. You will find these rock and roll prints truly awesome. You just gotta check out these originally commissioned art prints and If you click on this link you will get access to the photographer who shot the work/campaign.

Many recently established bands such as The Heartbreaks and Crystal Fighters have benefitted from exposure in a free online magazine called Uppror, run by the fashion photographer Ian Davies. It' s difficult for new bands to get noticed these days and it's brilliant to see them getting free coverage. Ian is a guy with a genuine love of musical talent and it certainly comes across in his work.

This collective is truly astonishing. Absolutely awesome photos. We are talking quality 10 x 8 negatives. None of your digital camera nonsense. This new archive by photographer Ian Davies includes a Charlie Watts original art photo print. It's got Bowie at 50. It's got Bjork and Deborah Harry in poses you can't imagine. It has got everything. This new archive by Ian Davies will make a lot of people very happy. Just imagine the kudos of owning a signed Limited Edition Rock & Roll print of your favourite artist. These prints will look cool on the wall's of offices, bedrooms and living rooms. Also, they are brilliant gifts you can give to a loved one.

Signed limited edition photo prints don't just make a fantastic present they often prove to be a worthwhile investment. Ian Davies is a photographer who knows how to connect. He is a down to earth guy from Salford, whose originally commissioned work has received international acclaim. Ian's work with the American magazine Raygun first brought him to prominence. His iconic photographic shots for the album covers of Maximo Park and James led to commissioned campaigns with companies such as Levi's, K-Swiss, MTV and too many to mention.


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      Tim 5 years ago from Los Angeles, CA

      I wonder if that pic of Steve and Joe was taken during happier times? These days all those two wanna do is tear each others heads off. After witnessing Joe's behavior at a recent charity concert I volunteered at, I would never doubt what Steve says.

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      seanorjohn 6 years ago

      That is an awesome array of talent you got to see Epigramman. Thanks for the kind words.I am going to check out your music hubs.Hope you got a hub on Dylan.

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      epigramman 6 years ago

      ...well considering that I am the master musicologist here at the Hub - you must consider this as the ultimate compliment - this hub and your obvious love of (popular) music rocks my world - big time!!!!

      I should know - I saw the Stones in '78

      Dylan in '74

      The Who in '72

      and Zepplin in '74

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      seanorjohn 7 years ago

      Hi Beth, the garage is a sensible place to store such things. I learnt to my cost that a damp cellar isn't.

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      Beth100 7 years ago from Canada

      I've use to collect signed prints and photos... somewhere in the garage is an original from Bryan Adams to me. ha ha ha Perhaps I should go and dig it out... :)