ICONIC IMAGES

 

PRESENT TERRY O'NEILL

AND BARON WOLMAN

 

Terry O’Neill is a British photographer whose shots from the 1960’s and 70’s are renowned for capturing fashion, style and celebrities in unusual and candid ways.  His work will be made available for licensing across his portfolio with rights agreements with Rock & Roll icons, Goddesses and Movie Stars including David Bowie, Raquel Welch and Roger Moore among the incredible archive of work available.

 

Baron Wolman is best known for his work in the late 1960’s with the music magazine Rolling Stone where he was the first Photographer from the magazines inception to 1970.  In this position, he was witness to some of the most notable moments in American music and cultural history, capturing amazing images of rock stars such Frank Zappa and Jerry Garcia, the groupies that followed these musicians and events such as Woodstock and The Summer of Love in San Francisco.  After leaving Rolling Stone magazine, Wolman founded Rags, which was called ’the Rolling Stone of fashion’ Rags remains one of the 1970’s most influential fashion magazines.

 

Both photographers archives are supported by international gallery exhibitions and publishing giving potential licensees in apparel, home and housewares, gifting, back to school, stationary and many other categories the opportunity to work with some iconic images of iconic stars in a well supported and recognised programme.

Categories

Apparel
Bags & Leather
Camping
Electronic
Games
Health & Beauty
Housewares
Luxury Accessories
Man Cave & Gifting
Stationary

 

1m+

NEGATIVES OWNED BY ICONIC IMAGES 

DAVID BOWIE

RAQUEL WELCH

ROGER MOORE

FAYE DUNAWAY

HONOR BLACKMAN

MARIANNE FAITHFULL

BY TERRY O'NEILL

WOODSTOCK

SUMMER OF LOVE

ELECTRIC LADIES

FRANK ZAPPA

AMERICAN CARS

RAGS MAGAZINE

BY BARON WOLMAN

"The ability to authentically & sensitively make the beautiful images of Terry O'Neill & Baron Wolman available to consumers everywhere is hugely exciting to us. We're uncovering more iconic images from our archive all the time & ensuring these images are seen by the world is important to me & my colleagues"

ALEXIS VENN
LICENSING DIRECTOR