In REVOLVER 50, the story of the album cover is recounted in the style of a graphic novel drawn by Voormann, telling the story of his first encounter with The Beatles in Hamburg, his visits to Abbey Road to listen to Revolver during the album's production, and the ultimate reaction of the band to his artwork, as well as the enduring impact it had on album cover design.

Additionally, there is a Foreword from Paul McCartney, and an introductory letter from Ringo Starr, reminiscing about the making of Revolver and the album cover. This is accompanied by introductions by Mike D'Abo of Manfred Mann, and Professor Lawrence Zeegen, Dean of the School of Design at Ravensbourne.

'Thanks for sending me the proof of your REVOLVER book it brought back such great memories even farther back than Revolver to when you used to share an apartment with George and I in Whaddon House in London.' Ringo Starr


by Klaus Voormann

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Handcrafted Art Collage

• Only 250 framed artworks
• Large format (18"x18")
• Uniquely collaged
• Hand-painted
• Signed by Klaus Voormann