I was actually looking for a new sideboard when I stumbled upon The Who framed album covers at Wayfair, which also have price on their side.
Yes, it’s strange how you encounter things, but as I’ve spotted them I thought you might be interested too.
There’s nothing that you don’t expect here. Someone has taken album art (and other art for that matter) and created a print, which has then been placed inside a frame, ready for hanging. That’s pretty much it.
Sadly, the range doesn’t include a framed print of The Who Maximum R&B, which was massively popular when I featured it around five years back. Saying that you can get one pretty cheap on Amazon and stick it in your own frame if you want that.
Or you could have a look at these, which don’t cost a fortune considering they are in a frame. Take your pick from the Quadrophenia album, as well as The Kids Are Alright and Live At Leeds, plus further prints of Magic Bus On Tour and The Who Tour 1965, for example.
The problem is finding them on the site, as it’s hard to pinpoint them all. But the link at the end of the article will pint you to a section that has most within, while the individual ones I mentioned are linked to above. Hopefully, you can find the ones you want.
An inexpensive way of giving a wall a lift, they generally retail around the £20 mark, which isn’t bad at all for framed art. Note that the main prints are printed on 249gsm matt archival Fuji photographic paper, with an MDF frame, sized around 34 x 34cm each.