Art of Rock Coffee Table Books

  • From the psychedelic flyers for the Fillmore to Frank Kozik's demented indie rock posters, artists and rockers have always made beautiful music together. These full-color coffee table art books are a cool pick for the record collector, graphic designer or music fan.
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  • Rolling Stone 1,000 Covers: A History of the Most Influential Magazine
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    For the past 39 years, the covers of Rolling Stone have depicted the great icons of popular culture, from John Lennon, Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, and Madonna to Steve Martin, Uma Thurman, and Richard Nixon. Often it was an appearance on the cover that launched a performer's legendary status in the first place.
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  • The Art of the Fillmore: The Poster Series 1966-1971
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    Legendary impresario Bill Graham began in January 1966 to commission posters to promote the concerts he was putting on at San Francisco's Fillmore auditorium. The poster artists followed the revolutionary mandate of the sixties consciousness, creating vivid, irreverent banners that reflected their own sense of poetics, style, and wit. What resulted were signature juxtapositions...
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  • Lynn Goldsmith - Rock and Roll
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    Lynn Goldsmith's vast body of work testifies to her commitment to rock and roll. Beginning in the late 1960s, she plunged into the scene, filming concerts, directing documentaries, launching her own music career, and befriending artists (sometimes co-writing songs with them), all the while taking brilliant photographs. Equally at home in the studio and shooting reportage, she compiled an unparalleled portfolio of hard-to-get images. Her range is amazing: whether the subject was punk, or alternat
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  • Mick Rock Exposed: The Faces of Rock n' Roll
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    Mick Rock's photo career began with him sneaking his camera into rock shows; it ignited when he started shooting a practically unknown David Bowie in 1972 and then went on to document the rise and fall of Ziggy Stardust. Since then Mick's become a legend himself, shooting a who's who of rock, punk, and pop icons and capturing the images of stars right as they became part...
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