Bono

Bono

Subject: U2
Photographer: Jay Blakesberg
Genre: Music Photography
Genre 2: Contemporary Fine Art Photography
Year Photo Taken: 1987
Additional Info: U2 singer Bono spray painted “Rock and Roll, Stop the Traffic” on the Vaillancourt fountain during a free concert at Justin Herman Plaza in San Francisco, California on November 11, 1987. The painting of the fountain became a big controversy, which was documented in the U2 film “Rattle and Hum.”

The photo is printed on metal. No frame is necessary; the print is ready to be hung when received. Shipping costs for international orders will vary and additional charges will apply for any order outside the United States.

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Available Editions

Print size - 20" x 30"
Edition size - 25
Printing Process - Dye-Sublimation on ChromaLuxe Aluminum

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