Exuding Christmas spirit, Glasto guru Roy 'Stone' Naylor is kindly offering signed prints of his incredible photos, and copies his book 'Stone Free: A Photographic Trip Through 10 Years of the Glastonbury Festival' - a must have for the festy fanatic!
[r-zone1]Selected from an archive of almost 3000 photos, taken between 1990 and 2000, the black & white images in this book are the work of one photographer, Royston E. Naylor, better known as ‘Stone’. Thought provoking and humourous, they focus on the diversity of people who are drawn to this unique event and provide a rare insight into the weird and whacky happenings that characterise Glastonbury.
[l-zone2]Combined with the psycho-poetic insights of Radio 4 wizards of wit, Matt Harvey and Rory Motion, the resulting mix of poems and pics could send your imagination spiralling on temporal tangents, just like the real thing. If a picture paints a thousand words, this book comes closer than any other in capturing the cultural phenomenon that Glastonbury festival has become: a melting pot of altruism, hedonism and commercialism.
Order this book now, priced £6.95 (+ post & packaging).
[r-zone3]As a special offer, Roy Naylor is kindly offering Virtual Festivals users free signed prints of any photo from the book to the first 10 people who order a copy, plus signed books to the first 50!
The ultimate alternative Christmas present for the insane, eccentric or intelligent festival goer!
Click here to visit Roy ‘Stone’ Naylor’s website.