On the evening of 17th November 1961, Toronto born photographer Douglas Kirkland began a photo shoot that would go down in history as one of the most iconic sessions with Marilyn Monroe. Kirkland, then aged 24, photographed Marilyn Monroe in a closed studio for his first assignment with Look Magazine.Read the full article
Fine Art Archive
We look at Iggy Pop & The Stooges by iconic photographer, Ed Caraeff.
Now available as limited edition, fine art prints.
Iconic Images presents unique gifts to suit any name on your list. From signed books to limited edition t-shirts, high-end luxury publications to brilliant fine-art, Iconic Images offers a wide range of photography-led products that make wonderful gifts to give – and to get – at any point of the year.Read the full article
For the first time, Iconic Images are delighted to offer signed copies of his new publications ‘Burning Desire: The Jimi Hendrix Experience through the Lens of Ed Caraeff’ and ‘Iggy & the Stooges: One Night at the Whisky 1970’.Read the full article
“I was lucky enough to receive the call to come to the Marquee to photograph David Bowie. And I was smart enough to know to say yes. If I had to name the most talented, enigmatic, and audacious star I ever photographed, it would have to be him” – Terry O’NeillRead the full article
For more than fifty-five years on the big screen, Ian Fleming’s James Bond has enthralled, amused, excited and entertained like no other screen icon. Famed photographer Terry O’Neill has been capturing our hero, villains and beauties on-and-off the set since the beginning.Read the full article