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Welcome to the Rockarchive January Newsletter 2014

Dear,

We have some treats in store for you in 2014.

In December last year we opened our studio to the public for the very first time. This proved so popular we are extending the invitation into February 2014.

Also discounts on our 2013 prices are still running online, we have exhibitions coming up and extraordinary new and exclusive material on its way on Hendrix, Dylan and your other favourites waiting to be released as the year progresses. Keep coming back to rockarchive.com to check our news pages.

On behalf of our contributing photographers, All the best to you for 2014!



ROCKARCHIVE open studio
EXTENDED to Feb 2014 
Visit us!

Phone or email for your personalized invite:
+44 (0)20 7267 4716 / info@rockarchive.com


Important news for collectors and fans of our unique prints: Due to its huge popularity, The Rockarchive Open Studio Show has been extended to the end of February. Ring Lianne at our London studio to make an appointment to browse through the famous Rockarchive at its very source in Kentish Town. Framed and unframed images will be available to buy including one-offs that were last seen in an early issue of NME! This is a not-to-be missed opportunity.

Prices start as low as £15 so there is something for everyone. From Pink Floyd to Jarvis Cocker, Dylan to Lady Gaga. A caption explaining the background of each image can be supplied as well as Rockarchive's unique certificate of authenticity.Buy one and make a rock and roll fan ecstatic!
 
For those who can't make it in person see our 100 best images at a 15% discount online.

Online discounts continue
2013 prices stay until 31st January 2014!

As a new years gift we have decided to keep our 2013 prices which includes the 15% off gallery until 31st January 2014. From 1st February prices will go up on ALL prints.

We now also accept PayPal, so it's really easy to get your hands on your favourite prints.

New look Rockarchive!
Take a look at our NEW website... 



New for 2014, the Rockarchive website has a fantastic new look! Stylish and fun, it has been designed by our good friends at Dewsign. We love it and are sure you will too. Drop us an email and let us know what you think... 
Gone to the great gig in the sky...


(l-r Colin Prime, Storm Thorgerson, Francine Winham)

Rockarchive are sad to report that in 2013, three of our brilliant contributors, Colin Prime, Storm Thorgerson and Francine Winham, left us for 'The Great Gig in the Sky'.

Colin Prime
Colin Prime was born in 1948 and died in 2013. A Londoner, he attended The London School of Printing and Graphic Arts and on leaving college he followed his older brother (Tony Prime) into photography. He joined a commercial photographic printing house to learn darkroom skills and printed for photographers such as David Bailey, Helmut Newton, David Hamilton, Clive Arrowsmith and Richard Avedon. Colin joined Fleetwood Publications as a trainee photographer and worked on Honey and Petticoat magazines.
  ... read more ...

Storm Thorgerson
Storm Thorgerson, a giant in the field of album cover design, died in May 2013. His funeral was attended by members of Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Muse and
Peter Gabriel; each of these important artists as well as hundreds of others, benefited from Storm's challenging, extraordinary packaging of their music.
 ... read more ...


Francine Winham
Francine Winham was born in London in the late 1930's, the middle child of a self-made property tycoon. When war broke out in 1939, her father arranged for the family to be evacuated to the relative safety of Colorado in the United States, a move that began for her a lifelong transatlantic relationship.
 ... read more ...

For a finite list of signed material by these artists contact info@rockarchive.com 
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