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    The Temple of Wax

    The Temple of Wax is a bespoke service for vinyl aficionados, pop culture junkies and music lovers everywhere. With the Temple of Wax, we celebrate your all-time favourite piece of music by creating an incredible large format custom circular artwork – as a bespoke service for you – in a size of your choice, up to 40 inches (100cm) in diameter. Whatever you choose, we can transform into a three dimensional photographic version for your walls at home or at work.

Eric Meola’s Bruce Springsteen photographs – celebrating ten years

Eric Meola’s signed, numbered, limited edition photographs of Bruce Springsteen will need no introduction to [...]

The Sgt Pepper photo-session by Jean-Marie Perier

In February 1967, legendary French photographer Jean-Marie Perier found himself camped for a week [...]

Bruce Springsteen: Further up the Road – Photographs by Frank Stefanko

Bruce Springsteen - Further up the Road is the title of Frank Stefanko's new signed limited edition book of photographs, which is being published later this year.

Goodbye Piccadilly, hello somewhere else..

We are relocating. We have had a great run in Piccadilly Arcade, and thoroughly enjoyed [...]

Bruce Springsteen Spines – the new limited edition from Keith Haynes

We will shortly be offering our clients the first opportunity to purchase the latest limited edition in Keith Haynes Spines series. Keith's new piece features key albums by Bruce Springsteen, and will be available in two size options.

A special offer for Record Store Day

Background - The Temple of Wax We introduced our new Temple of Wax service [...]

Chuck Berry

This portrait taken by Jean-Marie Perier has always been my all time favourite Chuck Berry [...]

The Who – unseen image by Art Kane now available

“I think of Art Kane as being strong, like a pumpkin sun in a [...]

Keith and Telecaster, moving faster

It is crunch time if you have been considering a purchase of Dominique Tarle’s most [...]

Is This It – Colin Lane’s classic photographs of The Strokes

We are always on the hunt for talented contemporary photographers working within the pop culture [...]

Fantastic fans

Liverpool, 1963. Crowds gather outside the Cavern Club

Fairport Convention – newly discovered 1968 Donald Silverstein image

Donald Silverstein (1934 to 1975) will be well known to collectors as he took one [...]

Johnny Cash flips the bird

This is one of Jim Marshall's most famous photographs, taken at San Quentin prison in [...]

Bruce Springsteen’s 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible

Loose windscreen ? No...Bruce Springsteen.

Get the Abbey habit: Rare Beatles Abbey Road session photographs on show

We are displaying two rare out-takes from Iain Macmillan's August 1969 session with The Beatles [...]

Jimi in a spin: new from Keith Haynes

A beautiful new Jimi Hendrix piece from Keith Haynes

Give us this day our daily bird

Give us this day our daily bird is a new series we are introducing as part [...]

Simon Larbalestier’s classic Pixies images and their backstories

Simon Larbalestier's photographs feature on the covers of the first five studio albums by seminal Boston band the Pixies: intrinsically linked with the band, they are an integral part of their image.

Introducing….Claude Gassian

We are delighted to be working with legendary French photographer Claude Gassian

Original 1978/79 Kate Bush Polaroids from the archives of Gered Mankowitz

Gered Mankowitz's unique signed vintage Kate Bush Polaroids from 1978 and 1979

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