We have featured prints from BALTIC before as they have a reputation for working with artists who exhibit at the centre to produce limited edition prints. However to celebrate their 10th anniversary they have produced a new print series including this print by Dan Holdsworth.
The man responsible for the classic Guns Of Brixton bassline is immortalised in a new limited edition artwork - The Guns Of Brixton (Paul Simonon) limited edition print by Obey.
Obey is, of course, Shepard Fairey and this is unmistakably his artwork, based on an original Clash-era photo by Kate Simon. The print is sized at 18 x 24 inches, signed by both Shepard Fairey and Kate Simon and limited to 450.
Back in the day, there was only one man to call if you wanted an iconic rock image for your weekly or monthly magazine - Mick Rock, also known as the man who shot the '70s'. Now those classic images are available to buy as limited edition prints.
Take your pick from the likes of Bowie, Iggy or Debbie Harry, or you can opt for this classic 1969 image of Syd Barrett and his record player. THis particular image is sized at 28 x 35.5cm and is a limited edition of 90, signed by Mick and printed as an archival quality photographic print.
The downside is obviously the price at £825, which doesn't actually include the VAT.
Described as the 'only book to cover the complete career', David Bailey: Look by Jackie Higgins is available in the coming days, courtesy of Phaidon.
That means everything from the 60s work to recent output, including works from key monographs such as his debut 'Box of Pin-Ups' (1964) and the controversial series 'The Lady is a Tramp' (1995) and everything in-between, taking in family snapshots and gritty London streetscapes, along with portraits of the Rolling Stones, Andy Warhol, Catherine Deneuve, Michael Caine and the Kray twins to name just a few. There's also an introductory essay, plus short texts which reveal the stories behind each photograph
Hardback and covering 128 pages, it sells for just £5.96 on Amazon and ships from 31st March 2010.