Rare prints go on sale to aid music crew impacted by coronavirus pandemic

Rare prints go on sale to aid music crew impacted by coronavirus pandemic

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A number of rare prints have been put up for sale to aid music crew impacted by the pandemic.

Prints For Music is a new concept from events photographer Ed Robinson, launched to raise money for Stagehand, the live production welfare and benevolent fund.

The funds raised will offer grants to out-of-work technicians and production staff who have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, with Robinson calling the initiative “our way of giving back in their time of need.”

Among the photographers featured is Robinson, alongside Dan Reid, Marc De Groot, Shirlaine Forrest and Ki Pharaoh, with rare prints featuring the likes of Carl Cox, Fatboy Slim, Grace Jones, Prodigy and Skepta all available for £95.

You can see the full list of prints available here. 

(Photo: Ed Robinson) 

Read our recent feature examining how the UK Government’s response to COVID-19 could kill live music as we know it.

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