Lee "Scratch" Perry started Upsetter Records in 1968 to record and produce his own music. That led to him recording other artists including the earliest recordings of Bob Marley & The Wailers. Perry later added a record store to the Upsetter Records label. This canvas print has the original Upsetter Records logo (which we recreated for this piece as this logo is impossible to find) and the backdrop is the inside of the original studio where Perry produced his records.
A great piece of Reggae history.
Printed on high quality, artist grade stock and folded around a lightweight frame to give them a gorgeous, gallery ready appearance. With acid free ink that will last without fading or chipping, Features a scratch-resistant UV coating. Wipes clean easily with a damp cloth or to remove dust, vacuum gently using a soft brush attachment.