Greg Noll, Waimea Bay, 1962

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Greg Noll, Waimea Bay, 1962

$195-$449
$159-$399 Gilt
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Greg Noll, Waimea Bay, 1962:

  • Noll was the first person to ever surf a wave at Waimea Bay
  • Photograph by Grant Rohloff
  • Hand printed on Fuji Crystal Archive paper
  • Professionally framed and mounted to order on acid free gallery mats and black solid wood frames
  • Limited edition of 495
  • Numbered and certified on the reverse with photographer name and story of the image

Material: Fuji Crystal Archive Paper, Wood

Care: Dust with a dry cloth

Brand: Sonic Editions

Origin: United Kingdom

Professional quality, limited edition music photography isn’t exactly easy to come by. For a long while, the only option was to pick up an unframed print from a gallery—for a hefty sum—and go about getting it matted and framed yourself. If you wanted to do it on the cheap… well, there was always the poster shop. But Sonic Editions changed all that. Working with a slew of great photographers and music archives, the company produces a wide range of top quality, C-type prints on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper, professionally mounts and frames them, and sells them for (forgive us) a song. Hang one up, and rock out accordingly.