Lou Reed




As the lead singer and songwriter of the Velvet Underground in the 1960s, Lou Reed helped invent punk rock and while writing about femme fatales, black angels and heroin. In the process, he also brought a stormy dissonance to the foreground, helping to expand the vocabulary of the electric guitar. He died of end-stage liver disease at his home on Long Island in late October 2013.

Prints available in the following sizes…

A3 Print (42cm x 29.7cm) – 30 Limited Editions individually numbered and signed.

A4 Print

A6 Postcard

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