News Archive 2009 - 12 Feb 2009
A Day In The Life: 3 New Anniversary Prints~ UPDATE – 6th March; Sold Out ~
To mark 35 years in limited edition publishing, we are delighted to offer a new twist on The Beatles A DAY IN THE LIFE boxed set by Michael Ward, with the release of 3 more previously-unseen photographs, taken 19th February 1963.
Michael Ward has generously opened up his archive to us again. We are issuing 3 stunning images of The Beatles as archival resin-coated prints (size: 14"x11") hand-signed by the photographer. They are strictly limited in number – only 35 numbered prints worldwide, one for each year of our anniversary.
The three print editions are displayed here for the first time:
Print No 1 – The Beatles. Victoria Monument, Liverpool, February 19, 1963. SOLD OUT.
Print No 2 – George Harrison. The Cavern Club, Liverpool, February 19, 1963. SOLD OUT.
Print No 3 – Paul McCartney. The Cavern Club, Liverpool, February 19, 1963. SOLD OUT.
1. The Anniversary Print
All prints are black and white, resin-coated Lambda prints on 14"x11" Ilford paper, hand-numbered (from 1 to 35) and signed by the photographer, Michael Ward.
Single print – SOLD OUT..
Three prints, as a set – SOLD OUT.
2. A DAY IN THE LIFE + Anniversary Print set
You can also purchase the new prints with a copy of A DAY IN THE LIFE at an even better price.
Described by The Liverpool Echo as "a unique collection of work which froze a moment in musical history", A DAY IN THE LIFE contains a signed silk-bound book and 24 lithograph prints. It is a time capsule that records the moment The Beatles scored their first UK Number One.
You can add your choice of print at the following rate:
A DAY IN THE LIFE (£450) + your choice of Anniversary print (at £150) = SOLD OUT.
A DAY IN THE LIFE (£450) + all three Anniversary prints (at £375) = SOLD OUT.
Please note: if you already own a copy of A DAY IN THE LIFE, this preferential rate is open to you as well, to augment your existing boxed-set. Simply tell us your copy number in the 'additional information' box on the order page.
© Michael Ward