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Elton John print, “Home Run — Dodger Stadium 1975”


Contemporary British artist and print-maker David Studwell has created a striking £250 giclée print of Sir Elton John at Dodger Stadium in 1975. The re-worked print, which is adorned with diamond dust, references Elton at one of his most iconic performances – a true “home run” in his career. Studwell worked with world-renowned photographer Terry O’Neill to create the work, and all proceeds from its sale will benefit our AIDSfree appeal, which provides HIV testing and treatment to people around the world who need it.

Studwell brings the golden age of the swinging sixties and seventies back to life with his eclectic range of pop art prints. He has been collected by celebrities including Kate Moss, Sheryl Crow and Nile Rogers. Studwell’s work has been exhibited at galleries in London and the USA, and hangs in private collections worldwide.

80% of the proceeds of each sale goes to the Foundation.

Elton John print, “Home Run — Dodger Stadium 1975”


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