Total amount of prints in this Edition: : 20 + 2 Artists proofs
Print sizes available:
a. Paper size: 100 cm x 70 cm Image size: 85.7 cm x 60 cm Border size: LRT 5 cm x B 9.3 cm
b. Paper size: 70 cm x 50 cm Image size 60 cm x 42 cm Border size: LRT 4 cm x B 6 cm
Printing Process: Giclée
Paper Type: Hahnemühle Pearl
Signed and Numbered: Prints will be signed and numbered on the front under the image area by Dean Chalkley
Certification: Prints are accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
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Framing: All prints are sold unframed.
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‘….This man was my Bombers, my Dexy's, my High’, lyrics from Dexy’s Midnight Runners track Geno.
In late 1970’s Kevin Rowland and his crew of Northern Soul loving mischievous band mates from Birmingham took up their instruments and formed Dexy’s Midnight Runners, by the 1980’s they were hitting the charts. They looked like a unit, a gang, a crew, fresh and exciting. They somehow managed to keep their underground following while garnering popular appeal. Kevin was very much the driving force and mastermind of the outfit and a unique performer with his characteristic style of singing and stage presence. Even greater commercial success was to followed for Dexy’s with their ‘Too Rye Ay’ Celtic folk and Blue-eyed Soul moves, and then things slowed down and eventually stopped. Cut to 2012 when I took this photograph, Kevin is energised, impish with a new phase of Dexy’s ahead, he’s full of life and funny and still as stylish as ever..