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Subscriber Offer: World Photography Day

19 Aug 2020

Today is World Photography Day, a globally recognised celebration of the art, craft, science and history of photography*. To celebrate World Photography Day, and specifically rock photography in all its forms, we are offering complimentary framing on a selection of fine art photographic prints.

And as Genesis publishes books that immortalise the finest in rock'n'roll photography, you are spoiled for choice...from Mick Rock's portraits of Lou Reed and Syd Barrett, to the candid imagery of the Rolling Stones by Michael Cooper; from the elegant photographs of The Beatles by Shimpei Asai, to intimate backstage moments captured by Ringo Starr; from stylish photographs of Paul Weller by Lawrence Watson to the classic Sixties imagery of The Who by Dominique Tarlé, Chris Morphet and Baron Wolman, amongst many others.

Read on to find out how to order your print shipped to your door with free framing. Offer ends Monday 31st August 2020.

To take advantage of this offer:

1) Click here to browse all eligible print editions, marked with a camera icon
2) Select the unframed version of the print and add it to your basket
3) Checkout using the Gift Code WORLDPHOTO


Offer Details

• Only print orders completed with the Gift Code WORLDPHOTO will be processed as framed orders
• Free framing is offered on all editions marked with a camera icon as described
• The frame included is as featured on the web page for each edition
• This offer ends Monday 31st August 2020
• Shipping fees are applicable


If you have any queries about this offer, please contact us to speak with a member of the Genesis team.

* The date, 19th August, recognises the invention of the Daguerrotype, a process that was devised by France's Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre in 1837 and was subsequently gifted to the world on 19 August 1839 by the French Academy of Sciences.

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