Hulton Archive One Love Bono and The Edge Black and White Framed Print 26" x 32"  

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U2 guitarist The Edge and singer Bono perform during the first of two sold-out shows of their "Vertigo" tour at the MGM Grand Garden Arena November 4, 2005, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The band was touring ... Read More

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U2 guitarist The Edge and singer Bono perform during the first of two sold-out shows of their "Vertigo" tour at the MGM Grand Garden Arena November 4, 2005, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The band was touring in support of the album How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb.

Founded in 1976, U2 has consistently remained among the most popular acts in the world since the mid 1980s. The band has sold approximately 50.5 million albums in the U.S.

Individually numbered, titled, and embossed by hand with the archive logo. High-quality, framed fine-art gicle is printed on 100% acid-free, imported, handmade Somerset Rag paper using long-life Bulldog inks. The paper is hand-torn to create a deckled edge and floated in the frame. Comes with detailed letter of authenticity. Limited edition of 275. 26" x 32".

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