Album artwork for The Formative Years, 1989-1993 ( Collectors Edition ) by Lenny Kravitz and David Hindley

COLLECTOR LIMITED EDITION Collector: only 1650 copies
Signed by: Lenny Kravitz
Contributors: Mick Jagger
Binding: Quarter-bound in black vegan leather with silver page edging
Box: Screen-printed slipcase with yellow foil blocking on the front, spine and back

'Lenny Kravitz: The Formative Years' is a stunning photographic study of the emergence of an international star. Lenny Kravitz on stage and off, jamming with new fans like Mick Jagger, rehearsing with his bandmates, relaxing with family, laughing with friends. Lenny Kravitz sculpting his style, finding his voice, forging his look - adorned and unadorned, casual and outrageous, whimsical and wild.

'As a musician, Lenny was letting it rip. As a photographer, my charge was to do the same.' - David Hindley

All of this was captured by David Hindley, whose photographs are published here for the first time, more than 300 in total, offering an up-close and highly personal documentation of the birth of one of music's exciting and enduring creative forces.

'At this point I was better known in the UK and Europe. And it was there that I was just beginning to find my way on stage.'-LennyKravitz
In a deeply personal text, Lenny Kravitz speaks candidly about his inner world during his explosive rise to fame. This almost-6,000-word dialogue between Kravitz and David Hindley - photographer and friend - sees Kravitz open up about family, friendships, inspirations, encounters with Mick Jagger and Yoko Ono, songwriting and music. Through this, we receive unprecedented insight into Kravitz's most developmental years.

Lenny Kravitz and David Hindley

The Formative Years, 1989-1993 ( Collectors Edition )

Genesis Publications
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Album artwork for The Formative Years, 1989-1993 ( Collectors Edition ) by Lenny Kravitz and David Hindley
Hardback

£255.00

Quarter-bound in black vegan leather with silver page edging

Signed Copy
Released 14/11/2022Catalogue Number

LennyKravitzCollectors Edition

Lenny Kravitz and David Hindley

The Formative Years, 1989-1993 ( Collectors Edition )

Genesis Publications
Album artwork for Album artwork for The Formative Years, 1989-1993 ( Collectors Edition ) by Lenny Kravitz and David Hindley by The Formative Years, 1989-1993 ( Collectors Edition ) - Lenny Kravitz and David Hindley
Album artwork for The Formative Years, 1989-1993 ( Collectors Edition ) by Lenny Kravitz and David Hindley
Hardback

£255.00

Quarter-bound in black vegan leather with silver page edging

Signed Copy
Released 14/11/2022Catalogue Number

LennyKravitzCollectors Edition

COLLECTOR LIMITED EDITION Collector: only 1650 copies
Signed by: Lenny Kravitz
Contributors: Mick Jagger
Binding: Quarter-bound in black vegan leather with silver page edging
Box: Screen-printed slipcase with yellow foil blocking on the front, spine and back

'Lenny Kravitz: The Formative Years' is a stunning photographic study of the emergence of an international star. Lenny Kravitz on stage and off, jamming with new fans like Mick Jagger, rehearsing with his bandmates, relaxing with family, laughing with friends. Lenny Kravitz sculpting his style, finding his voice, forging his look - adorned and unadorned, casual and outrageous, whimsical and wild.

'As a musician, Lenny was letting it rip. As a photographer, my charge was to do the same.' - David Hindley

All of this was captured by David Hindley, whose photographs are published here for the first time, more than 300 in total, offering an up-close and highly personal documentation of the birth of one of music's exciting and enduring creative forces.

'At this point I was better known in the UK and Europe. And it was there that I was just beginning to find my way on stage.'-LennyKravitz
In a deeply personal text, Lenny Kravitz speaks candidly about his inner world during his explosive rise to fame. This almost-6,000-word dialogue between Kravitz and David Hindley - photographer and friend - sees Kravitz open up about family, friendships, inspirations, encounters with Mick Jagger and Yoko Ono, songwriting and music. Through this, we receive unprecedented insight into Kravitz's most developmental years.