Trumpet Lee Morgan on Your Wall, Idea Generation Gallery Holiday Store

I have mentioned exhibits by Idea Generation Gallery time and again.

Blame it on memories and music maybe.

Idea Generation Gallery launched a Christmas Gift Guide with Prints of works they displayed recently for Sale either online, on the phone or by popping into the gallery itself if you live in London or happen to be there.

There's Bowie, Iggy, Lou, Syd Barrett, Debbie Harry, motorcycle mamas and much more, yet if there was one photo I would pick it would Jazz like Trumpeting Lee Morgan on my Wall (below).

For £375.00 you get an Unframed Black and White Giclee Print on Archival Paper (20 x 24”) part of an edition of 50 worldwide. Signed and numbered by John Hopkins .


Beyond the music, literary types might want the black and white William Burroughs shot for their library room.

If you want any of these delivered to their intended recipient in time for Christmas, all orders must be received no later than December 6, 2010.

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