The colourful lives of our favourite pop stars and rock legends make for eye-catching coffee table books.
Here are a few of our favourites which are guaranteed to brighten up any living room.
Imagine John Yoko
Compiled and curated by Yoko Ono Lennon, this book takes an in-depth look at the making of John Lennon’s legendary second studio album. Much of the volume is made up of never-before-seen archive photos, as well as insights from Ono and members of the album’s creative team.
Vogue x Music
Lady Gaga graces the cover of this collection of the fashion magazine’s most iconic music portraits. The book spans the magazine’s 126 years and is filled with the work of the world’s famous fashion photogaphers.
Step inside the pop princess’ world with this visual autobiography. The glossy photo collection takes a behind-the-scenes peek at the glamorous life of the Bajan beauty.
Founding member of The Supremes Mary Wilson presents the story of the Motown trio while taking a comprehensive look at the group’s couture. This book contains rare archive photography and personal anecdotes from Wilson.
Mark Seliger: The Music Book
It’s been more than 10 years since photographer Mark Seliger released this book, but its timeless images remain iconic. It features more than 100 stunning photographs of legendary musicians spanning 20 years.
The Best Record Stores in the United States
Even if you’re not based in the US, this book’s canary yellow hardcover and bright illustrations make a bold coffee table statement. The volume has essays on record stores from each state as well as recommendations for more than 175 shops.
Pharrell: A Fish Doesn’t Know It’s Wet
The bold and bright colour of this memoir is irresistible, and it documents Pharrell’s body of work through 250 photographs and illustrations. It follows the equally eye-catching Pharrell: Places and Spaces I’ve Been.