Don't Talk To Me About Heroes - Depeche Mode - Music T-shirts by Andrew Cotterill S to XXL Unisex
Featuring Depeche Mode's band shot in Charlotte St Hotel, London 2007: Martin Gore and Andy Fletcher standing behind Dave Gahan. ANDREW COTTERILL is a true...... more
Featuring Depeche Mode's band shot in Charlotte St Hotel, London 2007: Martin Gore and Andy Fletcher standing behind Dave Gahan. ANDREW COTTERILL is a true rarity, a photographer whose unique output is defined not by his own ego but by a genuine passion for, and swiftly engendered affinity with his subject matter. His work for Q, Spin, Sony Style, NME, Word, Big Issue and Dazed & Confused has taken him from court photographer of the mid-90's drum 'n' bass explosion to the expert eye on Jamaica's dancehall renaissance and beyond. But Cotterill is no bandwagon jumper, his association with music runs true and deep - his passage into photography was a natural progression from his passion of the 80's club and warehouse-party scene. Andy's entry into magazines came, suitably enough, with pictures of Public Enemey's Chuck D for Dazed & Confused. In the years sisnce he has chalked up images of personal heroes ranging from Sly & Robbie to John Peel, to Lee Scratch Perry, amongst an ever-growing catalogue of prolific names featuring the likes of Robert Plant, Vivienne Westwood, Jarvis Cocker, Kanye West, Outkast's Andre 3000 and the Converse-booted Strokes on their first every promo trip to London. It's this roots-up trajectory that makes Cotterill as comfortable capturing proud, posturing Wall Street wiz-kids in the New York Stock Exchange, introverted filmmakers like Mike Figgis and Lars Von Trier, or catching hip hop's hardest off-guard and off-duty in a Harlem soul food establishment. Which emerging movement his astutely guided lens lands on next is anyone's guess but no-doubt it will be charmed into revealing it's essences right from the off. **** To complete the picture, we have chosen a high quality Continental tshirt, ethically fair trade and justice approved * 100% combed cotton - superior comfort * 165gsm weight cotton * back neck print and hem print * classic cut * sizes S to XXL
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