Hamburg Days

A signed, two-volume, limited edition set, Hamburg Days presents The Beatles as seen through the photographs of Astrid Kirchherr and the art of Klaus Voormann – with a foreword by George Harrison.
Hamburg Days is Voormann and Kirchherr's memoir of the days they spent with The Beatles, 1960-63. An array of newly-commissioned artworks and recollections – over 80,000 words and more than 250 photographs, watercolours, drawings and paintings – bring to life the years when Kirchherr, Voormann and the young Liverpool lads first met in Germany.

"It's really good to see Astrid's great photos and Klaus's new paintings put together in one set of books – with all the usual care from Genesis." – George Harrison

Signed by: Astrid Kirchherr, Klaus Voormann
Contributors: George Harrison, Paul McCartney
Paper: 200 gsm matt art paper, with trace-paper leaves and coloured wraps
Binding: Quarter-bound in cloth with lithographed front and rear boards
Box: A lithographed solander box, complete with metal name plate, houses both volumes
Dimension: 342mm x 250mm
Pages: 300 pages

Hamburg Days