All photos are printed on dibond.
What is Dibond?
Dibond plates are light plates made up of 3 layers. The outer layers are made of 0.3 mm thick aluminum and the core is made of black plastic called polyethylene.
This guarantees maximum rigidity for the photos and has been used with the best results for years.
The photo is first printed in high resolution on premium photo paper (or on one of the special black and white paper types) before it is glued to 3 mm dibond.
Glued to the aluminum, the image remains very well protected against material deformation and the aluminum finish gives the photo an exclusive look.
Top quality photo print
Sturdy, dimensionally stable and durable
Sleek and modern design
Stable and very light
Size | 1
50cm X 40cm (landscape) | 40cm X 50cm (portrait)
Size | 2
90cm X 60cm (landscape) | 60cm X 90cm (portrait)
Size | Square
50cm X 50cm (square)
Size | Custom
Different sizes are available on request
Will of course be printed without watermark
High quality limited edition print on dibond , from the original negative or slide
Including Certificate of Authenticity
Including aluminum frame (on the back) to hang the print
Estimated Delivery Time | From the order
Netherlands | 10 working days
Europe, USA, Australia and Asia | 10 to 15 working days
All credit cards accepted | iDEAL and PayPal
Prices are: including 9% VAT
This is the story of a son who discovered a number of boxes of old negatives in his parents' attic.
Thousands of original photos of the largest stars that roamed the planet.
Many of these photos have never been seen before. Not only because they have been in boxes for the past 25 years, but also because all the images of the negatives have never been viewed before.
Rare and unique photos from international artists such as: Bruce Springsteen , The Jackson 5 , Janis Joplin , The Police , Diana Ross , Paul Simon , Santana and Earth Wind & Fire but also from many Dutch artists such as: Herman Brood , Henny Vrienten and Golden Earring.
Kees de Jong is a Dutch photographer (born September 6, 1941) who started his career creating album covers for music artists. He created a number of close friendships with national and international artists, both behind and in front of the lens.
He took thousands of photos in different settings. Backstage and onstage during concerts or television performances, recording sessions in the studio, but also casual photos of artists who were themselves.
After his photography career he worked for record company Sony Music (before that Artone and CBS) in their artist relations and promotional activities.
In early 2017, his son Mick de Jong started digitizing the original negatives and slides that were collecting dust without anyone knowing about their existence.
Where necessary, dust and any damage were retouched to restore the negatives to their former glory.
He wanted to share these unique photos with music lovers all over the world.