If you saw the article in The Times a week or so back about Pete Townshend’s new autobiography, you can’t have failed to notice the classic photograph by Art Kane of Pete ‘doing a windmill’ that accompanied the piece.

In fact this photograph is one of a pair of beautiful portraits of Pete Townshend taken by the late great Art Kane in 1968 in his Carnegie Hall studio in NYC that are available to purchase in limited editions. It’s the shirt that makes these photographs really ‘hum’ – it’s an incredible dayglo purple.

They are available to purchase individually, and also work really well as a pair, and they come in a range of sizes. If space is no object, consider the 6ft x 4ft variant – just one available in this huge size. 

You can see options for these, and Art Kane’s other Who portraits, right here