FINE LIMITED EDITIONS SINCE 1974
Photos by Astrid Kirchherr & Artwork by Klaus Voormann
Astrid Kirchherr, Klaus Voormann
- ISBN: 0904351734
- Deluxe edition: 250 copies
Signed by: Astrid Kirchherr, Klaus Voormann, George Harrison
Contributors: George Harrison, Paul McCartney
Paper: 200 gsm matt art paper, with trace-paper leaves and coloured wraps.
Binding: Fully-bound in silk
Box: A lithographed solander box, complete with metal name plate, houses both volumes.
Astrid Kirchherr on Wikipedia
A signed, two-volume, limited edition set, Hamburg Days
presents The Beatles as seen through the photographs of Astrid Kirchherr and the art of Klaus Voormann with a Foreword by George Harrison.
It's really good to see Astrid's
great photos, and Klaus's new paintings put together in one set of books
with all the usual care from Genesis.
is Voormann and Kirchherr's memoir of the days they spent with The Beatles, 1960-63. An array of newly-commissioned artworks and recollections over 80,000 words and more than 250 photographs, watercolours, drawings and paintings bring to life the years when Kirchherr, Voormann and the young Liverpool lads first met in Germany.
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Klaus was part of a group of The Beatles' friends in Hamburg. Now he has made some 'memory drawings' of our Hamburg days which are not only beautiful drawings in themselves, but which capture the spirit of the times. The really good thing about Klaus, his drawings, and this book, however, is that - unlike many other people he was actually there!
This is my second Genesis book the first one is Concert for George and I have just one thing to say: what great work you do. The book is absolutely amazing, a book made with love.
Ricardo, Subscriber, Brazil
- Page size: 342mm x 250mm
- 300 pages
- 80000 words
- 250 images
Photographs of The Beatles by Michael Ward
The Beatles as seen through the lens of the late Michael Ward in his signed book and print set.
Photographs and words by Jόrgen Vollmer
Beginning with recollections of his time with The Beatles in Hamburg in 1960, moving to Paris and an influential meeting with John and Paul, Jόrgen Vollmer goes on to recount his experience of 1970s New York, life in Hollywood, and his return to Hamburg 30 years later.