Rock Paper Photo has arrived in Australia! What is Rock Paper Photo you ask? It’s one of the most definitive collections of rock n roll’s most iconic images. The New York-based studio will provide local purchase and customer service support to music aficionados, photo collectors and commercial concerns based in Australia via a newly-appointed sales representative based in Sydney.

Co-founded by Guy Oseary, business manager for Madonna and U2, Rock Paper Photo is the world’s leading online collection of rare photography and pop culture fine art, specializing in largely unpublished, hand-signed limited edition prints of iconic artists and personalities. Oseary, a photographer and collector himself, founded the gallery in 2010.

The Rolling Stones

Rock Paper Photo gives fans and collectors online access to over 100,000 photographs available for purchase. Limited-edition photography is available with a certificate of authenticity accompanies each hand-signed edition. You can find early photos of Madonna in her early 20’s taken on New York City’s Lower East Side by Richard Corman, The Beatles photographed in the Bahamas on the set of “Help!”, at Abbey Road Studios in London and at their private homes in the UK by Henry Grossman; and Ed Caraeff’s iconic shot of Jimi Hendrix burning his guitar on stage at the Monterey Pop Music Festival in 1967, amongst many others.

The Beatles

For local up and coming or established photographers, there is automated uploading tool enabling photographers based in Australia to submit their photography for consideration. Their work will be reviewed and if accepted, their work will become available on a global scale.

For more information on Rock Paper Photo head to: www.RockPaperPhoto.com or email the Australian representative: Ingrid.seaburn@yahoo.com