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  • CLASSIC ROCK I

    LITTLE KIDS ROCK Fundraiser

    Available in two sizes.

    10x20 - Limited Edition of 100 

    18x36 - Limited Edition of 75 

    Printed on Kodak Metallic Paper (smooth glossy finish)

    Performers included Elvis Costello, Bruce Springsteen, Dion DiMucci, Tom Morello, Darlene Love, Southside Johnny, Kris Allen, Ruben Blades, Gary U.S. Bonds, Michael Des Barres, Michael Johns, Jesse Malin, Jake Clemons. All images captured during Right To Rock Celebration/NYC/2012 to Benefit Little Kids Rock and later compiled into one colossal collage.

    1440,720
    Direct Sale
  • CLASSIC ROCK II
    Limited Edition of 15 

    Printed on Lustre

     

    Compilation of images capture during Right To Rock Celebration/NYC/2012 & 2013 to Benefit Little Kids. Also includes music memorabilia. Performers photos included Elvis Costello, Bruce Springsteen, Dion DiMucci, Tom Morello, Darlene Love, Southside Johnny, Kris Allen, Ruben Blades, Gary U.S. Bonds, Michael Des Barres, Michael Johns, Jesse Malin, Jake Clemons. 

    1440,900
    Direct Sale
  • TOP SHELF
    Limited Edition of 15

    Printed on Aluminyzed Metal (printed to surface of a solid sheet of aluminum with wall mount)

    Bleecker Bob’s Record Store in Greenwich Village was as much a timepiece as the records they sold. Representing an era that may or may not have faded away as many enthusiasts still collect, cherish and respect the medium despite the unstoppable force of digital.

    "Without Records" Portrait of a Record Store Photographs taken during Bleecker Bob's Records' final business hours in Greenwich Village pay tribute to Robert "Bleecker Bob" Plotnik's dream to keep the music playing- on vinyl. Representing an era that may or may not be fading away as enthusiasts still collect, cherish and respect the medium despite the unstoppable force of digital.

    1440,480
    Direct Sale
  • COLLAGE I

    Limited Edition of 25 

    Printed on Kodak Metallic Paper

     

    Also available as Aluminyzed Metal Print (printed to surface of a solid sheet of aluminum with wall mount). For more information contact artist for pricing.

    Bleecker Bob’s Record Store in Greenwich Village was as much a timepiece as the records they sold. Representing an era that may or may not have faded away as many enthusiasts still collect, cherish and respect the medium despite the unstoppable force of digital.

    "Without Records" Portrait of a Record Store Photographs taken during Bleecker Bob's Records' final business hours in Greenwich Village pay tribute to Robert "Bleecker Bob" Plotnik's dream to keep the music playing- on vinyl. Representing an era that may or may not be fading away as enthusiasts still collect, cherish and respect the medium despite the unstoppable force of digital.

    1438,960
    Direct Sale
  • COLLAGE II

    Limited Edition of 25

    Printed on Kodak Metallic Paper

     

    Also available as Aluminyzed Metal Print (printed to surface of a solid sheet of aluminum with wall mount). For more information contact artist for pricing.

    Bleecker Bob’s Record Store in Greenwich Village was as much a timepiece as the records they sold. Representing an era that may or may not have faded away as many enthusiasts still collect, cherish and respect the medium despite the unstoppable force of digital.

    "Without Records" Portrait of a Record Store Photographs taken during Bleecker Bob's Records' final business hours in Greenwich Village pay tribute to Robert "Bleecker Bob" Plotnik's dream to keep the music playing- on vinyl. Representing an era that may or may not be fading away as enthusiasts still collect, cherish and respect the medium despite the unstoppable force of digital.

    1438,960
    Direct Sale
  • COLLAGE III

    Limited Edition of 25

    Printed on Kodak Metallic Paper

     

    Also available as Aluminyzed Metal Print (printed to surface of a solid sheet of aluminum with wall mount). For more information contact artist for pricing.

    Bleecker Bob’s Record Store in Greenwich Village was as much a timepiece as the records they sold. Representing an era that may or may not have faded away as many enthusiasts still collect, cherish and respect the medium despite the unstoppable force of digital.

    "Without Records" Portrait of a Record Store Photographs taken during Bleecker Bob's Records' final business hours in Greenwich Village pay tribute to Robert "Bleecker Bob" Plotnik's dream to keep the music playing- on vinyl. Representing an era that may or may not be fading away as enthusiasts still collect, cherish and respect the medium despite the unstoppable force of digital.

    1438,960
    Direct Sale
  • COLLAGE IV

    Limited Edition of 25

    Printed on Kodak Metallic Paper

     

    Also available as Aluminyzed Metal Print (printed to surface of a solid sheet of aluminum with wall mount). For more information contact artist for pricing.

    Bleecker Bob’s Record Store in Greenwich Village was as much a timepiece as the records they sold. Representing an era that may or may not have faded away as many enthusiasts still collect, cherish and respect the medium despite the unstoppable force of digital.

    "Without Records" Portrait of a Record Store Photographs taken during Bleecker Bob's Records' final business hours in Greenwich Village pay tribute to Robert "Bleecker Bob" Plotnik's dream to keep the music playing- on vinyl. Representing an era that may or may not be fading away as enthusiasts still collect, cherish and respect the medium despite the unstoppable force of digital.

    1438,960
    Direct Sale
  • COLLAGE V

    Limited Edition of 25

    Printed on Kodak Metallic Paper

     

    Also available as Aluminyzed Metal Print (printed to surface of a solid sheet of aluminum with wall mount). For more information contact artist for pricing.

    Bleecker Bob’s Record Store in Greenwich Village was as much a timepiece as the records they sold. Representing an era that may or may not have faded away as many enthusiasts still collect, cherish and respect the medium despite the unstoppable force of digital.

    "Without Records" Portrait of a Record Store Photographs taken during Bleecker Bob's Records' final business hours in Greenwich Village pay tribute to Robert "Bleecker Bob" Plotnik's dream to keep the music playing- on vinyl. Representing an era that may or may not be fading away as enthusiasts still collect, cherish and respect the medium despite the unstoppable force of digital.

    1438,960
    Direct Sale
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