FINE LIMITED EDITIONS SINCE 1974

News - 09 Nov 2015

'A massive thank you for the fantastic archive of Paul Weller's solo years. The content is absolutely amazing. This is my first purchase from you - I am now busy saving for my next!!' - Martin, Jersey

Beyond Thrilled: Your Weller Reviews

At Genesis, we are always grateful to hear your feedback. We’re pleased to share just a handful of the lovely comments we have received on INTO TOMORROW, which Jools Holland described as ‘beautifully put-together’ and the Independent as ‘amazing pictures of the Modfather.’

‘Stunning piece of work. Beyond thrilled to have a copy of this.’ – Ian, UK

‘A massive thank you for the fantastic archive of Paul Weller's solo years. The content is absolutely amazing. This is my first purchase from you - I am now busy saving for my next!!’ – Martin, Jersey

‘The book is an absolute work of art. I am very pleased with every aspect.’ – Charlene, USA

‘I especially like Paul’s comments, which give such a personal insight. Also big thanks for including subscribers names at the back, seeing mine has just made my day, in fact my year!’ – Ann, UK

Some Collector Copies still remain of the signed limited edition book and vinyl set by Paul Weller and Lawrence Watson – click here to view and buy online today. If you would like to share your review, you can email david@genesis-publications.com or call +44 (0) 1483 540 970 / USA call toll free: 1 866 939 6913



Bookmark and Share

Related titles...

Into Tomorrow by Paul Weller

Into Tomorrow by Paul Weller

Photographs by Lawrence Watson

Paul Weller

Paul Weller's visual chronicle of his entire solo career, spanning over 20 years. Annotated with his own text captions, Weller is retracing his journey in 800 iconic but mostly unseen photographs.

Collector

BUY NOW

£295.00

Deluxe

FULLY SUBSCRIBED

Into Tomorrow Portfolio

Into Tomorrow Portfolio

by Paul Weller and Lawrence Watson


Paul Weller's INTO TOMORROW Portfolio celebrates his entire solo career with 12 beautiful, signed art prints.

Photographs taken by Lawrence Watson chronicle the period from Weller's eponymous 1992 album, right through to 2014's More Modern Classics. Lawrence's lens captures Paul writing Wild Wood, filming the video for