Once a heroic Jedi Knight, Darth Vader was seduced by the dark side of the Force, became a Sith Lord, and led the Empire’s eradication of the Jedi Order. He remained in service of the Emperor — the evil Darth Sidious — for decades, enforcing his Master’s will and seeking to crush the fledgling Rebel Alliance. But there was still good in him…
We have teamed up with Ledgendary American Cartoon and Graphic Designer Andeh Pinkard to bring you this limited edition T-shirt
We have commisioned 4 iconic indivdual designs of Mani,John,Reni & Ian using his signiture style. His work is well renound and respected self publisist for over 12 years
We are giving our subscribers first chance to grab one 24 hours before they go on general release to the public.
KingMonkey was coined in 1994 by Nigel Clark of Dodgy and i think it’s stuck ever since .A great frontman shut the critics up with 6 great solo albums. A pair of mega rare Chloe sunglasses & Swapping his Tambourine in favour of The IP Shakers on the last tour. Bape Jacket. This Design is a Homage to Ian Brown’s Solo & Band career.
Ian Tiliton Stone Roses T-Shirt Exclusive to Stoned Love Clothing, available in 2 colours Grey & white.
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IAN TILTON ROCK N ROLL PHOTOGRAPHER
Capturing the moment, stealing the soul, and flashing it back in brutal black and white or an expansive colour, Ian Tilton infuses his photos with a flair and a lust for life, underlining them with distinctive bled borders. These are photographs that spit energy and vigour, mirroring a genuine love for the subject, which is all too rare in the increasingly hack media pool.
Tilton moved to Manchester in the mid-eighties; this vibrant northern city a perfect place to cop some rockin’ shutter action as the Manchester music thing exploded. Tilton was well-placed to capture its protagonists; grabbing the truest carefree leer of the young Liam Gallagher and early Oasis gigs, the studied cool of the Stone Roses, the abandon of a youth culture free of shackles.
Tilton also photographed Nirvana after being the first European photographer to form a relationship with them. His shot of Kurt Cobain crying was voted the 6th best Rock shot ever by Q magazine amongst others.
Ian Tilton comprehensively documented the famous Manchester club the Hacienda and his colour shots of the interior, alongside fantastically atmospheric photos of the club in full swing capture the design and excitement of that legendary place.
Not that all action has been confined to the ‘rainy city’, Tilton has removed his lens cap all over the world, from the struggling half-assed dimwit at the bottom of the circuit through to the fatoid lazing walrus at the peak of an ill-deserved career, and a host of cool, mean music action in-between. This includes numerous books and exhibitions on The Stone Roses, Guns N Roses, Nirvana, The Charlatans and Manchester music, and work undertaken for Sounds, Select, Melody Maker, Mojo and Q magazine.