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  • The Temple of Wax

    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.

45 RPM video

Local video production team Alfie Jones and Joseph Gray at Grey Matter Video have [...]

New book by David Gahr – Bruce Springsteen 1973-1986: From Asbury Park to Born to Run to Born in the USA

New hardcover book to be published on 10 April 2018: pre-order now  An unprecedented look at [...]

Coming this year – new books on Johnny Cash and Led Zeppelin

2018 sees the publication by our friends at RAP of new books on Johnny Cash [...]

45RPM: Furr and Mankowitz – souvenir Jimi poster

The pre-order window is now open for the second signed limited edition poster for our [...]

45RPM: Furr and Mankowitz – souvenir Kate poster

Details of a beautiful souvenir poster

45 RPM – Christian Furr and Gered Mankowitz

What happens when legendary music photographer Gered Mankowitz and royal portrait painter Christian Furr collaborate [...]

Vintage Stones, Jam, Specials, Jimmy Page and more by Pennie Smith

Be quick - we have a small quantity of duplicate press prints from Pennie Smith

Duffy – David Bowie sessions

Brian Duffy, along with David Bailey and Terence Donovan, revolutionised photography in the 1960s – and were famously [...]

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, published in November 2017.

Happy birthday Anarchy in the UK

The Sex Pistols debut single was released on 26 November, back in 1976. Three [...]

Fillmore East lightshow images by Amalie R Rothschild

Amalie R. Rothschild was the unofficial in-house photographer at Bill Graham’s legendary Fillmore East venue [...]

David Bowie 1977 Iggy Pop – exhibition now on – and online

Masayoshi Sukita's spectacular exhibition of David Bowie and Iggy Pop photographs from his sessions [...]

Where are we now ? Royal Leamington Spa.

We are moving. I am delighted to announce that we are opening a beautiful new [...]

Hitsville USA by Keith Haynes

Keith Haynes creates incredible limited edition artworks using original vinyl records—which he cuts to [...]

Watch That Man: David Bowie – dressed by Yamamoto, styled by Takahashi, photographed by Sukita

David Bowie - dressed by Yamamoto, styled by Takahashi, photographed by Sukita. Some of [...]

The “Heroes” contact sheet

Forty years ago, on 14 October 1977, David Bowie unleashed his "Heroes" album on the [...]

God Save The Queen – from The Temple of Wax

Coloured vinyl works brilliantly with our Temple of Wax service. Check out these beauties - [...]

The Verve – Urban Hymns by Michael Spencer Jones

Another twentieth year anniversary is upon us. The Verve’s 1997 classic, Urban Hymns, is 20 [...]

David Bowie by Masayoshi Sukita – details of a special set of photographs

Our next exhibition, David Bowie 1977 Iggy Pop, showcases the work of legendary Japanese [...]

Beatles rarities – The Abbey Road cover photograph

Abbey Road - the key image

Masayoshi Sukita signs the first ultra-large-format “Heroes” contact sheet

Here's a sneak peak inside Sukita office in Tokyo, where Sukita-san is examining a 30x40 [...]

Forty years ago in Nevada – Bruce Springsteen and Eric Meola

On 19 August 1977, Eric Meola and Bruce Springsteen went on a road trip in a red [...]

Be Here Now – The third in the trilogy of Michael Spencer Jones’ Oasis album cover prints

Can it really be twenty years since Oasis released their third album, Be Here [...]

Bob Marley by Neal Preston

Neal Preston has been in touch today to give us some details about his upcoming [...]

Paul Weller hits the Wonderwall

I have always been a huge admirer of Masamichi Katayama, the founder of Tokyo-based Wonderwall [...]