Iconic Heads celebrates Elvis's brilliance with this portrait from his recording session at New York’s RCA studio on July 2, 1956, during which he recorded Hound Dog and Don’t be Cruel.
This 18 inch x 12 inch vertical artwork, which is unframed, is printed on matte 100 lb stock and has a 1/2 inch black border all around (which works nicely as a "built-in" mat, basically, when you frame it). The print will come to you carefully kraft-wrapped and placed in a heavy duty triangular print shipping box. Ready for framing!
Elvis Presley came from very humble beginnings and grew up to become one of the biggest names in rock 'n' roll. By the mid-1950s, he appeared on the radio, television and the silver screen. On August 16, 1977, at age 42, he died of heart failure, which was related to his drug addiction. Since his death, Presley has remained one of the world's most popular music icons.
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