Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Visioneer’s Gallery: Ladies And Gentlemen...The Beatles
The Bob Bonis archive shows the revolutionary group in their rare unscripted moments
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The '60s were the time when television exploded as a popular medium and when broadcast machinery joined print media to connect people with celebrities. Many iconic photographs of The Beatles form the historic memorabilia of the band today.The photography collection has received worldwide acclaim, and the gallery was besieged with interest and offers to publish the photographs in book form from virtually every major and fine-art publisher in the world. The gallery settled on HarperCollins and through their It Books imprint published two books, The Lost Rolling Stones Photographs: The Bob Bonis Archive 1964-1966, which was published in December of 2011, and The Lost Beatles Photographs: The Bob Bonis Archive 1964-1966, which was published in March of 2012.
Duggal has had a long-standing tradition of maintaining archives of images and servicing the collection all the way from order to production to shipping, with clients including Corbis, Getty and The New York Times Photo Archives. It's a joy for us to be able to work on such collections, as they keep us firmly rooted in the historic tradition of photography and link it to the digital world while still keeping archival properties intact. Larry Marion's acknowledgement of our services—"I've been using Duggal for over five years, for all my printing needs, and they've never delivered less than perfection and never missed a deadline!"—is, of course, the joy that keeps me going and inspiring the growing family of Duggal toward perfection.
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