Mr Musichead is proud to have connected a community of passionate music lovers. Our longstanding relationships with the photographers who captured your favorite musicians, and who have created original works and fine art prints have given us access to an amazing archive of cherished images and art.
As our client, you will receive an authentic, high quality fine art print. We deal directly with the photographer, artist, or estate. Every print or fine art order is completed with the highest level of care and passion. We’ve been selling music-related art through our gallery in Hollywood since 1998, and your satisfaction is one of our biggest priorities.
For additional information, questions or concerns please contact us!
What kind of prints do you sell?
We specialize in music related fine art photography prints. The type of printing varies depending on the photographer, edition and image. Below is a breakdown of our most common print types. If you would like more information on a specific piece, please contact us.
Archival Pigment Print: These prints are generally made using a large-scale inkjet printer with pigment based, archival ink. This ink prevents fading and discoloration, assuring that each print remains in peak condition!
Silver Gelatin Print: This black and white printing process was introduced in the 1880s and continues to be used to this day. Silver Gelatin Prints are made with special paper coated in a gelatin binder and light-sensitive silver halides. After processing and enlarging, the final print consists of small particles of silver bound in a layer of gelatin.
Do you sell framed prints?
Yes! The items listed in our web store are unframed prints, or prints in simple black frames with white matting. However, we offer custom framing for any piece on the website or in the gallery for an additional fee. Our in house framing studio, Creative Framing, has over 3,000 moulding options to match any style or decor. Our framing designer would be happy to assist with any project and our expert framer has over 20 years of experience! For more information, please visit www.creativeframingstudio.com.
I haven't found exactly what I'm looking for in your web store. Do you have more inventory?
Absolutely! We represent over 60 legendary and up and coming music photographers, some of which have archives consisting of thousands of images. Because it would be almost impossible to list all of these photos, our web store only represents a fraction of the pieces we have access to.
If there is a specific print from an artist listed on our Artists page that you are interested in but don't see listed in our store, please contact us and we would be happy to help!
If you are looking for a photograph of a musician that is not listed on the website, or would like more options for one that is, contact us with what you would like and we can send additional images!
What payment methods do you accept?
Through our web store, we accept PayPal and all major credit cards through Stripe. We also accept payment by cash or personal check. Please contact us for more information.
How long will it take for my print to arrive?
Generally, prints are made to order by the photographer or their estate take around 3-5 weeks to arrive to our clients. The time period does vary depending on the artist and print, so for more information on a specific piece please contact us. If you need a print by a specific date we would recommend ordering early!
How do you ship the prints?
All of our art is shipped in custom built boxes, crates or tubes to assure safe travel. Although we ship worldwide, through our web store we currently only offer shipping in the continental United States via FedEx Ground for a $25 flat rate fee. A signature will be required upon delivery.
Do you ship internationally?
Yes! We offer worldwide shipping for all of our prints. In fact, a great deal of our clients are located overseas. Due to the varied size and weight of our inventory, we are unable to offer international shipping through our web store at this time. If you are interested in ordering a print and require international shipping, please contact us directly and we would be happy to make arrangements.
I live in Southern California, can you install my artwork for me?
Yes! For all of our clients within Southern California we offer local delivery and installation. For delivery, we generally use FedEx Same Day Local. We can offer professional art installers to handle any small or large art installation for your convenience. Please contact us for rates and more information.
My print arrived damaged! What should I do?
We take the utmost care in packing and handling our prints to make sure they arrive to you in perfect condition. In the event of damage caused to a shipped item, Mr Musichead Gallery, as the shipper, must make a claim once we hear about the loss or damage from you. It is, therefore, necessary for you to examine any package we ship to you immediately at time of delivery and refuse the damaged package if you feel the contents have been compromised. Fedex will then return the package to us for examination. Please report any noticeable damage or problem suffered by the package so we can properly and effectively submit a claim. To do this, please contact us as soon as possible at 323-876-0042 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you accept returns?
We guarantee 100% satisfaction when you order online or purchase in the gallery. If you are not satisfied with the artwork you purchased for any reason you can return it to us within 7 days of receiving it and claim a full refund for the prices of the work less the cost of shipping. Please understand that you are responsible for the safe return of the artwork in mint condition upon arrival at Mr Musichead Gallery in order to claim a refund. If there are any issues with your print please contact the gallery within 24 hours of receipt.
Can I cancel my order?
You may cancel your order within 24 hours of making a purchase on our website. A 100% refund will be issued if the cancellation is made within that time period by calling us at 323-876-0042 and speaking with a gallery representative.