From their inception in 1985 right to the present, GUNS N' ROSES have been one of the most popular and controversial groups in music. Wherever the band went, from the studio to the stage and everywhere in between, photographer Robert John was there with them. His photos serve as visual history of the band, documenting their entire sixteen-year career.Now for the first time Robert is making photos from his archive available to collectors and the public. Through unlimited access to the band, both onstage and off, you will get to the opportunity to see the band in their most public and private moments, all beautifully captured by his camera. Robert personally selected some of his favorite and most famous images of the group, as well as individual/combination photos of Slash, Duff, Izzy, Matt, Steven and Axl. All have been expertly produced as limited edition prints on gallery quality paper stock in vibrant color. In addition, there are a limited number of prints signed by Slash, Duff and Robert. Selections and prices can be viewed at this location.
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