This Valentines Day check out our favourite selection of prints that celebrate love and friendship - perfect for the music lover in your life.
An alternative version to the cover of the Bob Dylan Free Wheelin' album, which was similar, but also in colour.
Ivy and Lux from The Cramps
The Cure on the road in Holland and Belgium during their 1980 'Seventeen Seconds' tour.
This was the second day of a 2-day press shoot for the release of Be Here Now. It was the day Tony Blair became Prime Minister
Bob Dylan sitting with his girlfriend Suze Rotolo in their apartment in New York in February 1963
Johnny Cash in New York with his wife June Carter while recording together at Columbia Recording Studio in New York City 1975.
All four members of Chic cannot help but groove to the same beat.
Noel & Liam Gallagher from Oasis backstage before performing onstage at Wembley Stadium in July 2000
The original Pink Floyd line-up on their first ever photo shoot in Ruskin Park, London
Sergio Pizzorno & Tom Meighan from Kasabian in Chalk Farm, London in August 2004
This iconic 'Umbrella' image was taken in Scotland in 1964 on the banks of Loch Earn.
David Bowie, Lou Reed & Iggy Pop during a press conference at the Dorchester Hotel, London in July 1972
Bono & The Edge from U2 live onstage in Boston, Massachusetts in June 2001
Tina Turner with Ike backstage at the 'Startruckin' Tour' in Holland in 1975.
For their first photo shoot, Colin Prime took the band down to Ruskin park. All the guys were in high spirits at the time
The White Stripes before their gig at an amphitheatre in Berkeley, San Francisco in September 2004.
This was taken outside a church at the bottom of Kensington Church Street. A front cover photo session of Sonic Youth for Lime Lizard mag.
David Bowie and Mick Ronson eating lunch on a train to Aberdeen in 1973 heading to the first gig of David Bowie's final Ziggy Stardust Tour
Rod Stewart from The Faces performing at the Sundown Ballroom, London in June 1973
Post lunch pose for Record Mirror feature on Sid & Nancy’s relationship.
Bob Dylan and Suze Rotolo on the photo shoot for the album cover of 'Freewheelin' in a wintry New York City in February 1963
John Lydon aka Johnny Rotten with Johnny Ramone in a relaxed conversation backstage at The Roundhouse, London before a Ramones gig in 1977
Led Zeppelin, backstage with manager Peter Grant at Knebworth House, Hertfordshire, England, in August 1979.
This shoot of Madness in New York City in February 1980 was for Issue No.1 of a new magazine that developed cult status, The Face.
New Order relaxing in a hotel room near Kings Cross, London in 1984
This was taken in Schipol Airport while we waited for the luggage. I rounded them up and asked them to sit on the edge of the conveyor belt.
Relaxing before a gig in Scotland in June 1979, Sting, Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers were in high spirits
Anthony Kiedis comes alive when you aim a camera at him, John Frusciante was stoned and subdued, a perfect combo!
One of the shots from the very first photo shoot in early 1963. Taken five days after Andrew Loog Oldham signed the band.
The Stone Roses, Ian Brown, John Squire, Mani and Reni captured in 1989. The same year as they released their debut album
Shaun Ryder of the Happy Mondays captured in Yellow 2 Studios, Stockport in 1986
Bono from U2 performing live on their Joshua Tree Tour in Rotterdam, Holland in July 1987
Unique contact sheet print of AC/CD's, Angus Young by photographer David Corio, taken at Hammersmith Odeon, London, November 1st, 1979
Punk icon Sid Vicious reading MAD magazine in Baton Rouge, Louisiana during the Sex Pistols one and only US tour in January 1978.
'I thought of improvisation as a large ball of string (a melody as yet unravelled)'. Cover art for Phish's 1997 album Slip Stitch and Pass
Björk captured in 1995 by Jill Furmaovsky
Sir Elton John is an English pianist, singer-songwriter, composer & pop icon who has sold millions of records and won countless awards.
Ozzy Osbourne is a singer, songwriter & television personality who rose to prominence as the lead vocalist of the band Black Sabbath.
Van Morrison is a Northern Irish singer, songwriter and musician who is usually known by the name "Van the Man" to his fans.
Johnny Cash was known for his deep, calm bass-baritone voice and a trademark look, which earned him the nickname "The Man in Black"
As a self-taught composer and performer, Zappa's diverse musical influences led him to create music that was often difficult to categorize.
The Beatles were an English rock band, formed in Liverpool in 1960 and widely regarded as the most influential acts of the rock era.
A photographic celebration of Manchester's rock music history. Free exhibition at the University of Manchester
The Beatles were one of the most popular & influential bands of all time. Here we showcase our collection of their iconic fine art prints
Welcome to our Jazz & Blues Print Collection - over 50 years of iconic images of the world's greatest Jazz & Blues musicians
The USA has given us many of the world's greatest music artists - we celebrate the best of the best
For eight years photographer Brian Duffy worked with David Bowie and shot his most iconic and enduring images. View his fantastic collection
A fantastic curated collection of museum quality fine art prints by leading music photographer Barry Schultz