Condition: Very Good to Fine.
Linen-backed! Never folded!
Free shipping within the UK. A low flat rate for the rest of the world.
Size: 4 x 50 cm x 70 cm (19.75 in x 27.5 in) plus linen border.
Every now and again, while searching for original vintage movie posters, we come across posters that aren't movie related, but, are just too good, we have to buy them. We call these our 'non-movie' collection.
From the 'non-movie' collection we present a guaranteed original set of four Richard Avedon psychedelic posters of 'The Beatles' from 1967.
Photographer Richard Avedon first snapped The Beatles in 1965. Two years later, in August 1967, he returned with the group to the same studio on Gray's Inn Road, London. It was three months after the release of "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" and the session caught the band at their creative peak.
The copyrights to all photos was owned by NEMS Enterprises Limited, the firm run by The Beatles manager, Brian Epstein.
Four photos, as seen here, became colourful psychedelic shots. Another four were used to produce a black and white banner poster, known affectionately as "The Mount Rushmore" banner.
All five were then made in to posters and published simultaneously world-wide. In the U.K. they were made available to fans through the 'Daily Express' newspaper. In the U.S. through 'Look' magazine. In Europe, they were available through 'Stern' magazine and our posters are from this release.
These posters have never been folded and have been professionally linen-backed (see our FAQs). They are stunning and display absolutely beautifully. They really do have to be seen to be believed.
We only sell guaranteed original posters. We do not sell reproductions.
Note: These posters are priced unframed. Photos showing framed and 'in room' images are for illustration only. Please check our hi-res images and the sizing information shown above.