Tony Levin Unveils King Crimson Print Collection
Most of us know Tony Levin for his unreal bass playing, but during his many years on the road, he also honed his skills as a photographer. Last year he released a book called Images from a Life on the Road, and now he’s announced a line of photo prints from his adventures in King Crimson.
“This year was the 40th anniversary of King Crimson’s ‘Discipline’ album, and, when not out on the road with the band, I’ve been busy preparing a high-quality print collection of 8 of my favorite photos I’ve taken of the band through the years (of which 6 are from the Discipline era),” Levin states. “All are archival prints, made by the great Jon Lybrook, of Intaglio Editions.”
Every print is signed, numbered, and certified by Intaglio Editions. They’re printed with Italian oil-based etching ink on 300 g/sm waterleaf fine art paper made in Germany. Each print is available individually or in a limited-edition, custom-crafted clamshell collection box.
Hear more about the collection from Levin himself:
The King Crimson Print Collection is open to pre-orders and will be shipping in early 2022. Individual prints are $499 while the limited-edition collection box is $3,699. Learn more through Tony Levin’s Prints website.