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12 Prince: previously unseen pictures of the prince of pop

Prince: previously unseen pictures of the prince of pop

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With his new book “Picturing Prince”, photographer Steve Parke pays tribute to Prince, the eclectic genius who died on April 21st 2016, with a series of previously unpublished photos.

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  • Prince: previously unseen pictures of the prince of pop Prince: previously unseen pictures of the prince of pop
  • Prince: previously unseen pictures of the prince of pop Prince: previously unseen pictures of the prince of pop
  • Prince: previously unseen pictures of the prince of pop Prince: previously unseen pictures of the prince of pop
  • Prince: previously unseen pictures of the prince of pop Prince: previously unseen pictures of the prince of pop
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Art director Steve Parke collaborated with Prince from the end of the 1980s to the early 2000s. He worked on album visuals, merchandising and the aesthetic of the chameleon artist’s music videos. Now as a photographer, he’s releasing “Picturing Prince” (published by Octopus), an album of photos, many never seen before, and in which we glimpse the artist behind the scenes, in private and on stage. A fan of the iconoclastic singer before working with him, Steve Parke pays tribute to this musical legend, an embodiment of the American dream. 

 

“Picturing Prince”, by Steve Parke, Octopus editions.