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Iconic Spotlight : Honor Blackman, by Terry O’Neill

Concerned over censorship, the producers considered changing her character’s name to Kitty Galore. But art triumphed over censors and the filmmakers stuck to their guns. Blackman, clearly amused with the controversy, even went out of her way to mention her character’s full name in press interviews.

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#FineArtFriday – Ronnie, Bowie and Iggy, by Milton Greene

Milton had decided he was moving to San Francisco in 1980. One of the very last sittings he did at the house on 78th Street was a spontaneous one. He was working with an art dealer who brought over an entourage of Rock Stars, literally. Keep in mind, Milton did not necessarily know their music, but he was no stranger to people who were authentic.

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Iconic Spotlight : On Set of ‘The Assassination of Trotsky’, by Eva Sereny

"Elizabeth would come to the set to visit Burton and I was definitely out to get as many shots as I could without being in the foreground and noticed. I was lucky with what material I did get on Elizabeth Taylor. She wasn’t particularly cooperative but on the other hand not unpleasant. Somehow, I feel she just ignored me. She was so intent on him."

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About Iconic Images

Iconic Images represents a variety of photographers, creatively releasing the value of their archives via Fine Art Prints, Exhibitions, Editorial and Commercial Licensing, Merchandising and Book Publication.

The archive includes one of the world’s largest collections of David Bowie and Elton John, a late shoot of Marilyn Monroe in bed, mesmerising shots of Jimi Hendrix and his guitar in flames and some of the most iconic subjects from the ‘60’s and ‘70’s, ranging from Raquel Welch to Audrey Hepburn, Roger Moore to Frank Sinatra, The Rolling Stones to The Beatles, Iggy Pop to Led Zeppelin any many more.

Iconic Images proudly exhibits across more than 30 countries around the world.

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