A full graphic exploration of The Stone Roses' entire legacy from their first single (So Young / Tell Me) and early songs produced by Martin Hannett in 1985 to their last couple of brilliant singles released in 2016.
The print compiles the complete and official songbook of the iconic Manchester band in a chronological order. It includes the band's 15 UK singles ('Elephant Stone', 'I Wanna Be Adored', 'Fools Gold', 'Love Spread's, 'Beautiful Thing', etc), B-sides, 2 LPs and non-album/single tracks with colour schemes that represent the the original artworks.
The print also displays some of the Roses iconic gigs like the Blackpool or Spike Island gigs as well as the homecoming shows at Heaton Park in 2012 among others.
A unique print that maps out the complete Beatles songwriting / singing history and key events in the Fab Four's career.
The print features a minimalist design a la 'White Album' and chronologically organises the full official Beatles discography from 1962 to 1970. It includes all the UK LPs, the 22 UK singles* and the Long Tall Sally and Magical Mystery Tour EPs.
My print chronologically compiles the complete songwriting history of the legendary Manchester post-punk band. The artwork features Warsaw's first recordings in 1977, the An Ideal For Living EP, Unknown Pleasures, Closer, other EPs, singles, B-sides and up to the 'Ceremony' demo in 1980. In a nutshell, it maps out the complete Joy Division songbook.
★★★★★ "An in depth well-researched insight into every track Joy Division recorded. A must for fans of their music"
The artwork also includes key information about recording and release dates, the catalogue number of Factory Records, recording location, artwork/production credits and more.
A full, graphic exploration of Oasis' golden era from 1993 to 1998. The print compiles the full Creation Records discography and songwriting history of the Manchester band from Columbia's 12" promo (1993) to Be Here Now's last single (All Around The World) in 1998.
The print plots Oasis' rise to rock 'n' roll stardom across the band's iconic catalogue: Definitely Maybe, (What's The Story) Morning Glory? and Be Here Now. It compiles all the UK singles, B-sides, cover songs as well as some of Oasis' iconic gigs during that era from the legendary evening at King Tut's Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow where Alan McGee first saw them play in May 31st, 1993 to the band's Wembley gigs in 1997.
A unique print that maps out Bowie and Iggy's most creative period in Berlin and provides with all the information about four of the most influential albums of all time.
In 1976 David Bowie and Iggy Pop moved to Berlin to reinvent themselves and release four of the most influential records in the history of pop music: Iggy Pop's 'The Idiot' / 'Lust for Life' (co-written by Bowie), and Bowie's own 'Low' / '"Heroes"', all released in 1977.
The print that has been researched and designed in Schöneberg, Bowie and Iggy's former neighbourhood in Berlin.
A print for The Velvet Underground devotee that chronologically maps out the complete songwriting history of the legendary New York group from 1965 to 1970.
The print includes all the key information about recording and release dates; recording location; artwork and production credits, and more. It includes the Four studio albums, outtakes, demos, live cuts and Nico's debut album.