The Mars Volta, NYC 2003

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The Mars Volta, NYC 2003

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Music Photography Fine Art Prints

ABOUT YOUR PRINT

Each museum-quality, archival pigment print is made from a glass pate negative scan and signed by the artist. The glass plate negative has been made by using a 160-year old photography process c

Music Photography Fine Art Prints

ABOUT YOUR PRINT

Each museum-quality, archival pigment print is made from a negative or digital file. All open edition prints are signed on the front, and limited edition prints are signed and numbered.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Professional photographer, Justin Borucki, is a New York City native living in the wild NJ Pine Barrens with his wife, two daughter's, three step-children, his cat, a turtle, a flock of chickens, and three dwarf goats. 

Justin spent the past 20 years shooting music - all kinds - from punk bands playing in basements to rock icons playing sold-out arena shows; from the pages of ‘zines and 7” vinyl art in the early 90s to magazine and album covers in more recent years.

Two of his earlier photographs are featured in "Who Shot Rock and Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present," the first major museum exhibition to acknowledge the creative and collaborative role of rock-and-roll photographers in the history of rock music.

alled wet plate collodion. Each negative is painstakingly handcrafted on location in a portable darkroom.

All open edition prints are signed on the front, and limited edition prints are signed and numbered.