The notable ones are of The Who, but all the 1960s David Wedgbury art prints are worth checking out.
The high point of these iconic images, well for me anyway, are the My Generation images by the noted photographer from 1965. But do check out some of the others, not least the David Bowie (aka David Jones at the time) image, which is another classic of the era.
The images are on matt 250gsm conservation digital paper, which is described as a very versatile high-quality paper made in Germany from acid and chlorine-free wood pulp. The images are also colour matched to the original and approved by the National Portrait Gallery.
Best of all, the imagery comes framed, so you don’t have to hunt around for one of those that fits. Each has a black stained ash frame with a window mount, coming in at around 62 x 62cm.
As for the price, you can pick these up for around £120 each. Not what you would call cheap, but these are quality items and would look amazing on your wall – or anyone else’s wall for that matter.