The Stone Roses. Wolverhampton Magistrates Court, 1990 – Richard Davis | A3 Open Edition Print.


Exclusive to the British Culture Archive.

The Stone Roses, Wolverhampton Magistrates Court, 1990 – Richard Davis.

  • A3 photographic print on premium Fuji crystal archival paper.

Exclusive to British Culture Archive. A rare image of The Stone Roses taken outside Wolverhampton Magistrates Court in 1990. The band were appearing in court after throwing paint over the office of former label FM Revolver.  The band admitted to the offence but claim their attack was justified in light of FM re-releasing Sally Cinnamon, without their permission.


Richard Davis (b.1965) is a British social documentary and portrait photographer from Birmingham, UK. 

Richard’s important documentary photography work in inner city Manchester captured the mood and spirit of life on the fringes of Thatcher’s Britain.

As well as his documentary photography work, Richard captured the many bands, comedians and artists that came to prominence during Manchester’s creative explosion of the late 1980s.

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Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 42 × 29.7 × 8 cm