The Arc: The Grand History of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe is a remarkable leather-bound limited-edition book, and a milestone in racing publishing. This large-format, exquisitely printed 400-page volume recounts, for the first time, the running of every Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe from its inauguration in 1920 through to the race of 1997.
A limited edition facsimile edition of the original 1864 manuscript, charmingly illustrated and hand-lettered throughout by the author.
Alice, The White Rabbit, the King and Queen of Hearts, The Mock Turtle...every one of these characters, known and loved by five generations of children of all ages, was born on 'a golden afternoon' in July 1862.
24 Nights is Eric Clapton's signed limited edition book and CD box set, commemorating a record 24-night performance at the Royal Albert Hall in 1991. This book is a unique collaboration between Eric Clapton, Peter Blake, Derek Taylor and Genesis Publications.
The Concert For George brought together some of the world's finest performers for one unprecedented night of celebration. This remarkable book follows that story, from the rehearsals, the sound checks, to the stage and beyond. George's friends and family share their personal memories, with archival photographs from over five decades illustrating their words.
USA, February 1964.
Ringo Starr: "Pensive George. You should count the number of times we bought that heavy corduroy overcoat. We would always buy things in fours. It was snowing in Washington and it was freezing. We travelled down the East Coast, from New York to Washington, and finally to Florida, where it was warm."
From behind the drums to behind the lens, in Photograph Ringo Starr opens his archives to share memories of his childhood, The Beatles and beyond. Rare and unseen photographs taken by Ringo, with others reproduced from his family albums, are showcased here for fans of The Beatles and anyone passionate about modern music.
Paul Weller's visual chronicle of his entire solo career, spanning over 20 years. Annotated with his own text captions, Weller is retracing his journey in 800 iconic but mostly unseen photographs. Lawrence Watson tells the story from behind the camera, adding recollections of gigs, recording sessions and tours, from London to San Francisco, to Tokyo and back.