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The Beach Boys Collection

Fine Art Print Series

The Beach Boys Collection offers collectors the first-ever chance to obtain iconic photographs from the band's history in a series of museum-quality prints. Created in small editions of only 10 numbered prints, each artwork is hand-signed by the Beach Boys band members as a mark of authenticity.

The collection has been made possible with exclusive access to the archives of the band, Capitol Records and some of the most celebrated photographers who shot The Beach Boys. Choose from three editions that take us on a journey from the Hollywood Bowl to Columbia Studios, revealing a series of pivotal moments in the band's legendary story.
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LIVE AT THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL

The Beach Boys Collection

'It was very exciting for us. We'd all known each other our whole lives and to have people make a big fuss over us was a strange sensation and experience, but we loved it.' - Carl Wilson

On the 3rd of July, 1965, 'The Summer Spectacular' at the Hollywood Bowl featured headline appearances by The Byrds, The Kinks, Sonny & Cher, The Righteous Brothers, and more. But it was The Beach Boys, returning for their first hometown show in nearly a year, who truly brought down the house. Their electrifying performance was captured by renowned Los Angeles photographer Julian Wasser for Life magazine.
 
Wasser's beautifully composed photograph preserves a halcyon moment in the lives of The Beach Boys, encapsulating the years when the band ruled the music scene in America and beyond. Published in a small collector's edition of only ten prints worldwide, each artwork is personally autographed by band legends Brian Wilson, Mike Love, and Al Jardine.

Edition: 10 numbered prints 
Signed: by Brian Wilson, Mike Love and Al Jardine
Dimensions: 16"x20" (40.6cm x 50.8cm)
Method: Archival digital print
Paper: 100% Cotton Canson ® Infinity Rag Platine 310gsm
Certificate of Authenticity: Stamped with the Beach Boys official stamp
Frame: Black hard wood with acid free mount and UV glaze 
 
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THE BEACH BOYS AT SAN DIEGO ZOO

The Beach Boys Collection

'With the sound of the dogs echoing in my ears, I said, 'What about Pet Sounds?' That seemed an appropriate double entendre and I guess it worked for Capitol, whose working title for the album had been Our Freaky Friends.' - Mike Love

Unveiling an outtake from the session that produced one of the most iconic album covers of all time, this previously unreleased group portrait was taken during the photo shoot for Pet Sounds at the San Diego Zoo on 10th February 1966.

The band's changing attire and hairstyles, classic striped and plaid shirts and sleek haircuts swapped in favour of a looser fashion aesthetic, reflect their mid-sixties musical evolution. From surf-rock idols to trendsetters of the fresh and distinct California music scene, the Beach Boys' transformation on the cover of Pet Sounds was immortalised by Capitol Records photographer George Jerman.

Published in a small collector's edition of only ten prints worldwide, each artwork is personally autographed by band legends Brian Wilson, Mike Love, and Al Jardine.

Edition: 10 numbered prints 
Signed: by Brian Wilson, Mike Love and Al Jardine
Dimensions: 16"x20" (40.6cm x 50.8cm)
Method: Archival digital print
Paper: 100% Cotton Canson ® Infinity Rag Platine 310gsm
Certificate of Authenticity: Stamped with the Beach Boys official stamp
Frame: Black hard wood with acid free mount and UV glaze 
 
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REHEARSING GOOD VIBRATIONS

The Beach Boys Collection

'I was an energetic 23 year old when I cut 'Good Vibrations'. There was a lot of, 'Oh, you can't do this, it's too modern' or 'That's going to be too long a record.' I said, 'No, it's not going to be too long; it's going to be just right.' - Brian Wilson

Developed over many months throughout 1966, The Beach Boys completed the recording of 'Good Vibrations' in the hallowed halls of Columbia Studios' Studio A, Los Angeles. At that moment in music history, acclaimed photographer Guy Webster was behind the lens documenting The Beach Boys at work.

Initially intended for their Smile album, 'Good Vibrations' was ultimately released as a stand-alone single on the 10th of October 1966, becoming a record that defined an era and a Beach Boys classic that has continued to reverberate to this day. Published in a small collector's edition of only ten prints worldwide, each artwork is personally autographed by band legends Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine and Bruce Johnston.


Edition: 10 numbered prints 
Signed: by Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine and Bruce Johnston
Dimensions: 16"x20" (40.6cm x 50.8cm)
Method: Archival digital print
Paper: 100% Cotton Canson ® Infinity Rag Platine 310gsm
Certificate of Authenticity: Stamped with the Beach Boys official stamp
Frame: Black hard wood with acid free mount and UV glaze 
 
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THE COMPLETE COLLECTION

The Beach Boys Collection

For collectors wishing to obtain all three artworks in the Beach Boys Collection, a Deluxe portfolio option is available. The prints are presented as a matching numbered set in a ribbon-tied portfolio.

Portfolio: Three numbered prints 
Method: Archival digital print
Paper: 100% Cotton Canson ® Infinity Rag Platine 310gsm
Dimensions: 16"x20" (40.6cm x 50.8cm)
Certificate of Authenticity: Stamped with the Beach Boys official stamp
Case: Ribbon-tied portfolio

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THE ARTISTS

The Beach Boys Collection

'I think it's the heart that you put into what you're doing that's important. Each member of the Beach Boys puts their whole heart and soul into what they do, and that is probably the saving grace of the group. Few families are together spiritually and emotionally over art.' - Dennis Wilson

The Beach Boys manage to defy decade, genre and form. They cannot be limited to songs about surfing, girls, California, or hot rods. Everything strove to go beyond - perhaps key to the Beach Boys' durability; their ability to go further, to keep going until they reached a place that had not previously been reached in rock and pop music. The band's longevity, experimentation and continuation of influence are without equal.
 
One of the most critically acclaimed, commercially successful and influential bands of all time, the band are embedded within the cultural landscape of America and loved throughout the world. The Beach Boys spearheaded numerous genres, helped to legitimise popular music, and have had the most Billboard Top 40 hits from any US band (thirty-seven), and today their music continues to be revisited, reassessed, and reimagined. 

THE SURFRIDER FOUNDATION

The Beach Boys Collection

All purchases will generate a donation to the Surfrider Foundation. Surfrider is a nonprofit grassroots organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our world's ocean, waves and beaches for all people through a powerful activist network. Founded in 1984 by a handful of visionary surfers in Malibu, California, the Surfrider Foundation now maintains over one million supporters, activists and members, with more than 200 volunteer-led chapters and student clubs in the U.S., and more than 800 victories protecting our coasts. The Beach Boys have been long-time supporters.
 

The Beach Boys Collection

Select your edition below.
Live at the Hollywood Bowl

Live at the Hollywood Bowl

  • Edition:
    10 numbered prints, signed by The Beach Boys
  • Paper:
    100% Cotton Canson Infinity Rag Platine 310gsm
  • Framed:
    Framed in hard wood with acid free mount and high protection UV perspex
Framed £7950
Unframed £7850
Available from £2590.50 per month. Learn more >
The Beach Boys at San Diego Zoo

The Beach Boys at San Diego Zoo

  • Edition:
    10 numbered prints, signed by The Beach Boys
  • Paper:
    100% Cotton Canson Infinity Rag Platine 310gsm
  • Framed:
    Framed in hard wood with acid free mount and high protection UV perspex
Framed £7950
Unframed £7850
Available from £2590.50 per month. Learn more >
Rehearsing Good Vibrations

Rehearsing Good Vibrations

  • Edition:
    10 numbered prints, signed by The Beach Boys
  • Paper:
    100% Cotton Canson Infinity Rag Platine 310gsm
  • Framed:
    Framed in hard wood with acid free mount and high protection UV perspex
Framed £7950
Unframed £7850
Available from £2590.50 per month. Learn more >
The Complete Collection

The Complete Collection

  • Edition:
    2 numbered sets containing 3 prints, signed by The Beach Boys
  • Paper:
    100% Cotton Canson Infinity Rag Platine 310gsm
  • Extras:
    Ceritificate of Authenticity
Deluxe Portfolio £23850
Available from £7870.50 per month. Learn more >
Hamburg Days Prints

Hamburg Days Prints

Klaus Voormann

FROM £395

Stuart The Life & Art of Stuart Sutcliffe

Stuart

Pauline Sutcliffe, Kay Williams

£325

That Lucky Old Sun The signed limited edition, a book and fine art prints set

That Lucky Old Sun

Brian Wilson & Peter Blake

£945

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The Rolling Stones Set Lists

Ronnie Wood

£795

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