• 96 pages, hardcover book, in protective printed slipcase
    • Just 750 individually numbered copies of this book are available worldwide
    • This is an ultra large format volume. When closed, the book measures 24 inches high by 18 inches wide (60x45cm). When the book is open, double page spreads measure 24 x 36 inches (60x90cm).
    • Contains the very best of Ken Regan's Rolling Thunder archive.
    • Many previously unpublished photographs.
    • Clean and elegant layouts allow us to show certain key images in a very large scale of 24x36 inches, revealing incredible levels of detail.
    • The book is housed in a beautiful custom printed slipcase. Covers are deliberately left free of text so that the book can be displayed on your wall as a work of art in its own right, in a custom acrylic slide- in/slide- out wall mounted display unit, available to purchase separately
    • Delivery costs: UK - free / Europe - GBP 40 / US - GBP 50 / Rest of World GBP 65
    • In stock and shipping now.
  • On Monday 8 December 1975 the first leg of Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue came to a close with the Night of the Hurricane concert at Madison Square Garden in New York.  This was a benefit night for Rubin “Hurricane” Carter, the subject of Bob Dylan’s song “Hurricane”, written with Jacques Levy, and which had been released as a single the previous month.  This limited edition letterpress print celebrates that concert, and features the twenty-two songs performed by Bob Dylan that evening. For this print we chose a green Colorplan paper by G. F. Smith - a reference to a background colour on a contemporary button/pin badge featuring Rubin Carter. The two typographic rules appearing at the top and bottom of the print are based on guitar straps used by Bob Dylan on the Rolling Thunder tour.  The limited edition print uses a mix of fonts including the Slab Serif and decorative Americana typefaces associated with Dylan and the time; plus simple bold Grotesque faces used on boxing posters. Each print is handmade and the edition is printed in full at the outset. Prints are in stock and ready to ship. Specifications Limited edition of 75 created from a traditional process in a mix of antique wood and movable type, each one individually numbered. Printed on 270 gsm G.F Smith Colorplan paper. Paper size 40 x 64 cm / 15.75 x 25 inches.  The price is shown for an unframed print. We can organise framing – please ask for a quote for framing and delivery based on your location. There are no delivery charges in the UK for an unframed print.  Delivery charges apply outside the UK mainland.
  • A custom acrylic display case designed to hold a single slipcased copy of Rolling Thunder: Photographs by Ken Regan, published by Ormond Yard Press.
  • Art Kane: Bob Dylan, Cornered

    £ 2,402£ 12,012
    Art Kane was a huge Bob Dylan fan, and literally stalked a very un-cooperative Dylan around an L.A. rooftop to get the shot. Dylan didn't like being told what to do, and Kane didn't shoot reportage style. Dylan, literally cornered, submitted to the direction and gave up the shot with a smouldering look that says, alright, you win. As Kane later recalled " I told him, "I'm going to stay until I get what I want." I finally manoeuvred him into a corner, he slid down and looked up. I had my shot."
  • The fabulous limited edition book of Bob Dylan photographs by Daniel Kramer. Collectors Edition limited to 1,765 numbered copies, each signed by Daniel Kramer. Hardcover in a clamshell box, letterpress-printed chapter openers with tipped-in photographs, two different paper stocks, and three foldouts. A large format 288 page volume measuring  31 x 44 cm (12.3 x 17.3 in.)
  • Limited edition print, edition of 100, supplied framed and ready to hang. Framed dimensions 13 inches  x  17 inches / 33 x 43 cm Signed and numbered on the mount. Price includes UK delivery. Shipping charges apply outside the UK mainland.
  • This beautiful, evocative portrait of Bob Dylan and his (then) squeeze, Suze Rotolo, was taken by Don Hunstein in Manhattan on a freezing cold afternoon in February 1963. This was one of the session photographs Don took for the cover of Dylan's second album, The Freewheelin Bob Dylan. It is not the actual cover shot - there are subtle differences with the actual cover image, which you can see for yourself if you compare it with your copy of the vinyl or CD. There are so many reasons to love it. Little details; look at the way Dylan's foot seems to come out of the picture: as one astute client put it, you can almost hear the crunch of the snow. It's wonderfully evocative of early sixties New York, a time, a place, being young, being close to someone. See how the components of the image come together: Bob and Suze curving towards each other trying to keep warm, Bob dead centre, the vanishing point disappearing off into the distance behind him, with the lines of the rooftops, the cars, and the VW van pulling your eyes towards the centre and heightening the sense of perspective. Look at the buildings with their copper-blue tone and the way they blend into the sky, seemingly scorched by the sun. Are we getting a bit carried away here? Hell no. When you look at it, you can almost picture Don Hunstein, over 50 years ago, crouching down low to make the shot, encouraging them to walk towards him. Don remembers being backed into a dead end, so traffic coming from behind wasnt a concern for him. As Don recalls: "I met Bob at his apartment, which was a third floor walk-up on West 4th Street in Greenwich Village. The apartment was rather bleak, but I got a useful set of pictures out of it, including some with his girlfriend Suze. Dylan himself was by then already quite image conscious and self-assured, and he knew how to play to the camera. Then we decided to try the street, but the light was fading so quickly that I was able to shoot only one color roll and a few black + whites." We are lucky he went outside: if he had just called it a day and headed back uptown, we wouldn't have this photograph. We are firm believers that great photography can lift the spirits and this picture is our number one spirit lifter. We hope you can find room for it.  
  • No Direction Home's defining cover image. Archival limited edition photograph, authorised with embossed stamp on the front, official ink stamp with title and edition number on the reverse. Supplied with certificate issued by the Barry Feinstein archive. Various sizes available.   
  • Archival limited edition photograph, authorised with embossed stamp on the front, official ink stamp with title and edition number on the reverse. Supplied with certificate issued by the Barry Feinstein archive. Various sizes available. 
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