Like no other photojournalist, Baron Wolman was able to convey the essence of the Woodstock Festival to people who weren’t lucky enough to be there.
Baron Wolman rose to prominence as Rolling Stone’s first lead photographer. Since the publication’s inaugural issue, Wolman has worked for Rolling Stone and has continued for an additional three years. Hence, the visual focal points of Rolling Stone’s design were images of performers like Frank Zappa, Iggy Pop, The Who, Pink Floyd, and others taken by Wolman, who had practically unrestricted access to musicians.
There are only 100 copies of the Woodstock Limited Edition. In addition, all of them have a special number. Moreover, this premium collectible comes packaged in a custom clamshell box. It includes a unique to this edition numbered silver gelatin photograph with a signature of Wolman himself.
It also has a unique cover and a complete set of authentic, unused Woodstock tickets. All the contributors, including Wolman, Carlos Santana, and others, have signed and numbered it.
This limited edition comes in a hardback format and has 192 pages The dimensions of the book are 284 x 376 x 51mm, with a weight of 2,608g. The publisher is Reel Art Press, UK, 2018. The language of the edition is English.