Homages to the TYM cover photo.

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Postby johnfoyle » Thu Apr 07, 2016 2:48 am

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The Word , May 2007

IT IS A FACT OF MEDIA LIFE that the people most reluctant to submit to having their pictures taken are the very people who make their livings taking such pictures.

What precise combination of charm and guile young Icelandic photographer Emilie Sandy employed to persuade some of the more venerable members of the rock photography fraternity to re-stage some of their most iconic shots with them in front of the lens rather than behind it we shall never quite know . It has however resulted in Deja Vu, an upcoming exhibition of Sandy's work in which the likes of Gered Mankowitz court photographer to the young Stones, Terry O'Neill, lensman to the stars of many decades, and Andy Earl, the man who designed the American Gothic look of late-period Johnny Cash, take the place of their subjects.

The idea came when casting around for a suitable place to photograph Mankowitz. The Salisbury, the pub in St Martins Lane where in 1964 the 18-year-old Mankowitz took the defining picture of the 18-year-old Marianne Faithfull was still largely intact, so they decided to stage the picture there. 'When we took the picture of Chris Gabrin (above), who did the Elvis Costello This Year's Model cover in 1978, you had all sorts of interesting things going on. Elvis was pretending to be Chris and now Chris was pretending to be Elvis. I took the picture with the Hasselblad that Chris used originally while he posed with mine.

I did it because I find other photographers' work very inspiring . All the photographers were happy to be asked and were very supportive of my idea.'

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Re: Homages to the TYM cover photo.

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Re: Homages to the TYM cover photo.

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Re: Homages to the TYM cover photo.

Postby verbal gymnastics » Mon Nov 21, 2016 3:59 am

Does Elvis ever get credited as the inspiration for these?
Tell me who's been taken in...

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Re: Homages to the TYM cover photo.

Postby Fishfinger king » Mon Nov 21, 2016 11:41 am

I love it that WBA have been original for their programme covers - looking online the Chris Brunt one is not the only one - they are all based on classic album covers this season. The With the Beatles and Born in the USA ones are great.
They are probably more entertaining than most of their matches.........
Is that so surprising nowadays?

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Postby krm » Mon Nov 21, 2016 12:20 pm

Fishfinger king wrote:I love it that WBA have been original for their programme covers - looking online the Chris Brunt one is not the only one - they are all based on classic album covers this season. The With the Beatles and Born in the USA ones are great.
They are probably more entertaining than most of their matches.........


sounds interesting... can you share a link, please

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Re: Homages to the TYM cover photo.

Postby Fishfinger king » Mon Nov 21, 2016 2:18 pm

Is that so surprising nowadays?

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Re: Homages to the TYM cover photo.

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Fishfinger king wrote:I love it that WBA have been original for their programme covers - looking online the Chris Brunt one is not the only one - they are all based on classic album covers this season. The With the Beatles and Born in the USA ones are great.
They are probably more entertaining than most of their matches.........


Typically bad prediction - 4-0 tonight.

I have a few suggestions for future programmes:
Jonas Olsson in Rid of me by PJ Harvey
James Morrison in The Doors debut
Saido Berahino in Life after Death by Notorious B.I.G.
Is that so surprising nowadays?

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Re: Homages to the TYM cover photo.

Postby johnfoyle » Mon Nov 28, 2016 9:54 am

Yes, I was sad enough as to actually get a copy of this . As you may see , no mention of the design being based on the work of photographer Chris Gabrin and designer Barney Bubbles. I think the photographs here are by Laurie Rampling and the design by Colin Sumpter.


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Re: Homages to the TYM cover photo.

Postby emotional_fascism076 » Tue Nov 29, 2016 2:04 am

I never realized how iconic this cover is. :)

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Re: Homages to the TYM cover photo.

Postby johnfoyle » Sat Dec 03, 2016 9:12 am

Inspirations for Barney and/or Gabrin?


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'Blow-Up' (1966) , directed by Michelangelo Antonioni , starring David Hemmings, Cinematography by
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Re: Homages to the TYM cover photo.

Postby krm » Tue May 16, 2017 3:32 am

Theguy was a bit confused by the variants of the TYM sleeve....It is obvious that hemade his homage to the scandinavian version
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