If you know anything about 1960s graphic design, you should recognise this picture-“Mr Tambourine Man” by Martin Sharp. Originally created in 1968, the image has been reissued as a limited edition print.
The story of Rock 'n' Roll has been told in many ways but this Ensemble print from Moxy Creative House uses twenty of music's most stylish dressers. Each musician is represented by one of their most distinctive outfits.
While there are some pretty uninspiring choices on there – Pete Doherty and Brandon Flowers for example – there are lots more that are likely to appeal, crossing musical genres: take your pick from Bob Dylan, Chet Baker, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Elvis, Kiss and Run DMC just for starters. The design is bound to amuse but also to prompt many discussions about its selection (no Bowie? no female stars? etc etc).
You can buy the print showing all twenty outfits together or, if you have a particular favourite, prints of each ensemble are available individually too.
Each print costs $30.
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