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Award winning film poster design courtesy of BLT Communications. The poster campaign artwork for Martin Scorsese’s 2008 ‘Rolling Stones’ documentary “Shine A Light” is outstanding. Live action black and white imagery of the band is the major feature of great looking poster. An highly entertaining and engrossing music documentary film for one of the greatest and most influential rock bands of all time. Showing in only a handful of independent and art-house cinemas the advertising campaign was very low key and the UK film poster that accompanied the extremely limited cinema release is truly scarce. This originally rolled (as issued) example displays to excellent effect and certainly looks impressive and represents a fantastic item of original collectable music and movie memorabilia.…more detail
“THE WHO: You’ve heard the sounds. Now live the life. Because only seeing is believing !”
A rare Country of Origin UK Quad movie poster from the original year of release 1979 for THE DEFINITIVE ROCK DOCUMENTARY – “The Kids Are Alright”. Starring The Who in all their glory, Jeff Stein’s rock documentary is a rock and roll rollercoaster ride, showing just why every kid who could wield an air guitar wanted to be in The Who. The photograph was shot by Art Kane and the Carl Shurz Monument in Morningside Heights in New York City. Originally folded (as issued) this original unrestored example presents to excellent effect with amazing colours and superb ‘Cool Britannia’ graphics…A fantastic piece of very desirable and collectable music/ movie / cultural memorabilia from one of the greatest and most influential rock bands that Great Britain has ever produced.
Trivia: The film’s title “The Kids Are Alright” is taken from the title of one of The Who’s songs. While the song appears in the film during the closing credits, it does not appear on the soundtrack album for the film.…more detail
“Your Senses Will Never Be The Same”A very rare Country of Origin UK Quad from the original year of release 1975 A rock and roll spectacle brought to the big screen by Robert Stigwood And Ken Russell and starring some of the greatest names ever in both rock music and the cinema; The Who, Eric Clapton, Elton John, Tina Turner, Eric Clapton, Jack Nicholson, Oliver Reed to name just a few Not a bad line up for “a deaf, dumb and blind kidwho sure plays a mean pinball”…more detail
“Your Senses Will Never Be The Same”
Of the four poster designs created for the 1975 release of Ken Russell’s “Tommy” in Japan this style B is by far the rarest and visually the best. Featuring country unique Japanese artwork the “Christ like” imagery of Tommy (Roger Daltrey) his head adorned with a crown of poppies and bleeding torso pinned by poppies is a memorable sight. Complemented by border artwork of the all-star cast (The Who, Eric Clapton, Elton John, Tina Turner, Eric Clapton, Jack Nicholson, Oliver Reed to name just a few.) stands out as a great looking poster. Originally rolled (as issued) this rare example presents very well and as it features some of the greatest names ever in both rock music and the cinema represents a fantastic piece of highly desirable, collectable entertainment memorabilia.
“…a deaf, dumb and blind kid…who sure plays a mean pinball.“…more detail