B33350 – The Beatles Genesis Publications A Day In The Life Book
‘A Day In The Life’ records one historic day spent with The Beatles, as documented by award-winning photojournalist Michael Ward. His photo-essay was shot during 24 hours during February, 1963 – the day The Beatles discovered they had achieved their first UK No. 1 single. This boxed set consists of 24 large-format lithographs and a 64-page book telling the story of one winter day spent with The Beatles in Liverpool. Ward’s photographs of The Beatles on the cusp of Beatlemania beautifully portray the band strolling through the streets and along the docks of Liverpool, at Brian Epstein’s NEMS offices, even rehearsing and performing one of their final gigs at The Cavern. Through extensive interviews with Michael Ward, ‘A Day in the Life’ paints a picture of four young men whose lives were about to change. Fine-screen printed on to heavyweight uncoated cream paper, in three special inks including copper, the 64-page book is bound by hand in midnight-blue Indian silk, with intricate gold and copper blocking on the front cover and copper page edging. This is No. 35 of 750 copies which have been individually numbered and hand-signed by the late Michael Ward, an award-winning photo-journalist for over thirty years with both The London Evening Standard and The Sunday Times. The condition of the box is very good plus, the condition of the book is excellent, the condition of the prints is mint.
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