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did we tell you, a little glimpse of sunshine and all the pop ups in the world come out to flirt with you. This one is a right old treat too, everyone is hooked on iconic rock photos right, they hold that timeless era of cool, when everything just seemed so god damn exciting. Well renowned music photographer Jill Furmanovskyhas a new exhibition showing never-before-seen…that’s right, NEVER. BEFORE. SEEN. images of all time musical legends Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix and David Bowie. Also included are contemporary artists such as Florence and the Machine.

The Rockarchive pop-up is open at 46 Monmouth Street every day from 11am until 7pm, until Saturday 27th April 2013.

The Rockarchive, 46 Monmouth Street Seven Dials, WC2H 9EP