The Academy collection features a selection of rare images in limited edition prints, they are only making 200 of these – they cover iconic buildings and well know stars – they have that old school black and white glamour. With a gallery finish-A black and white Lambda print so well-finished your guests will believe you pulled it straight from the wall of a gallery. Mounted on white board and framed in the UK.
Under the Bridge,1955 the Brooklyn Bridge was once a foolhardy concept. Then it became a marvel of modern technology and a symbol of optimism, as captured in this smoky 1955 print.
One of the most recognisable buildings in London St. Paul's Cathedral floodlit on New Year's Eve to highlight its beauty. A stunning framed print, originally taken in 1955.
Je T'Aime in Munich, 1976 £99.00 Made (Shop Now)
Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin, the ‘It’ couple who shocked a generation with their hit song ‘Je T'aime... Moi Non Plus’. This photo was taken in Munich after they released the film.
The Steglitz Cinema in Berlin £99.00 Made (Shop Now)
The Academy print collection celebrates iconic architecture. From the neon lights of the Steglitz Cinema in Berlin, to New York's modernist marvel the Guggenheim.
Frank Sinatra, 1967 £99.00 Made (Shop Now)
Strolling the streets of Manhattan's Upper East Side in 1967 we stumble upon Frank Sinatra, the epitome of suave composure as he stares down E 67th St.
The Rolling Stones, 1967 £99.00 Made (Shop Now)
A striking image of the British rock scene, it's a frosty January morning in 1967 and The Rolling Stones take a walk in London. L-R: Watts, Jagger, Wyman, Richards, Jones.
Bardot and Terzieff, 1967 £99.00 Made (Shop Now)
French actor, Laurent Terzieff, gives Brigitte Bardot a piggy-back ride on the windy beach at North Berwick, Scotland, in a scene from the film 'Two Weeks in September'.