As icons go, Paul Weller is as synonymous to Mod culture as a scooter or a fishtail parka. Born just outside London in 1958 it was clear from his schooldays that music was the direction for him. He started 'The Jam' in 1972 playing the bass guitar, before swapping roles and taking on the lead guitar in addition to his famously rasping vocal lead. After the Jam disbanded he created the Style Council in 1983 before going solo in 1990. His most impressive achievement is a tough call; a Brit lifetime achievement award in 2006, the NME's Godlike Genius award in 2010, or The Jam being the only band except the Beatles to perform two songs on one edition of 'Top of the Pops'.
||Our favourite images from this collection are 'Weller Silhouette', 'Weller Smokes' and 'Paul Weller on stage with The Jam'.
||All the images start at just £49/$79 unframed or £79/$129 framed, are limited to editions of 495 and all are photographic c-type or Giclée prints on crystal archive paper, with solid wooden frames.
Artist of the Month - Paul Weller 02/03/2015
Paul Weller is March's Artist of the Month