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Boombox 33 By Lyle Owerko

ÔBoombox 33Õ is a GiclŽe Print by contemporary artist and photographer Lyle Owerko. Printed onto Ilford Paper, the print is from a limited edition of 25 and is signed and numbered by ther artist.

About The Artist - Lyle Owerko

Photojournalist Lyle Owerko is best known as the man behind Time’s cover art on September 14, 2001: a breathtaking and poignant snapshot of New York’s twin towers, at the moment of impact on 9/11. The San Francisco based artist has made his mark on the twenty-first century, detailing one of the most momentous events of recent history; capturing the Kenyan Samburu, one of the world’s last surviving warrior tribes; and documenting the history of the boombox, transforming the stereo into an icon that shaped a generation.


A self-professed “pop-culture junkie,” Owerko’s eye is firmly on the ball: as his work testifies, Owerko is deeply tuned into the urban world around him, which he records with compelling intensity. In 2010, Abrams published ‘The Boombox Project’, a book collection of his timeless boombox photographs; the same year Hasselblad Cameras named him a ‘Hasselblad Master’ for his contributions to the world of photojournalism. Today Owerko’s work can be seen in galleries and museums across the globe, including London’s V&A, and his collectors lists reads like a who’s who of contemporary celebrity culture, including Beyonce & Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake, Adele, Madonna, LL. Cool J., Alicia Keys & Swizz Beatz, NAS, Carmelo Anthony, Usher, Tyler Perry, Timbaland, Kanye West, Questlove, Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Randy Jackson, and The Kings of Leon.

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Lyle Owerko

Boombox 33

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  • Giclée print
  • Artwork size: 76 x 112 cm
  • Edition of 25
  • Limited Edition

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  • Giclée print
  • Artwork size: 76 x 112 cm
  • Edition of 25
  • Limited Edition

ÔBoombox 33Õ is a GiclŽe Print by contemporary artist and photographer Lyle Owerko. Printed onto Ilford Paper, the print is from a limited edition of 25 and is signed and numbered by ther artist.

About The Artist - Lyle Owerko

Photojournalist Lyle Owerko is best known as the man behind Time’s cover art on September 14, 2001: a breathtaking and poignant snapshot of New York’s twin towers, at the moment of impact on 9/11. The San Francisco based artist has made his mark on the twenty-first century, detailing one of the most momentous events of recent history; capturing the Kenyan Samburu, one of the world’s last surviving warrior tribes; and documenting the history of the boombox, transforming the stereo into an icon that shaped a generation.


A self-professed “pop-culture junkie,” Owerko’s eye is firmly on the ball: as his work testifies, Owerko is deeply tuned into the urban world around him, which he records with compelling intensity. In 2010, Abrams published ‘The Boombox Project’, a book collection of his timeless boombox photographs; the same year Hasselblad Cameras named him a ‘Hasselblad Master’ for his contributions to the world of photojournalism. Today Owerko’s work can be seen in galleries and museums across the globe, including London’s V&A, and his collectors lists reads like a who’s who of contemporary celebrity culture, including Beyonce & Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake, Adele, Madonna, LL. Cool J., Alicia Keys & Swizz Beatz, NAS, Carmelo Anthony, Usher, Tyler Perry, Timbaland, Kanye West, Questlove, Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Randy Jackson, and The Kings of Leon.

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This artwork ships from the UK.

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Please note that your order may be subject to import duties and fees upon delivery, depending on your shipping destination.

We'll also keep you up to date via email on the progress of your order. If you have an account, you can also log in and track the progress of your order. If you're not entirely happy with your artwork, you can return it to us within 14 days and choose a replacement or receive a full refund.

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