World-famous Photographs of the Beatles, by Tom Murray, featuring the Nowhere Man
Tom Murray’s fantastic collection of photographs from the Beatles' Mad Day Out have become an incredible piece of musical history.
Capturing the Fab Four around London in the summer of 1968, Tom spent a day with Paul, John, Ringo and George to produce the iconic imagery.
Tom has since been a fantastic supporter of the Ultimate Charity Auction and so many other causes.
We are delighted to offer a photographic collection from that day—the first time Tom has offered this particular selection as a set.
Included in the imagery is a photo entitled "Nowhere Man," which captures a gentleman asleep on a bench, unaware that he is surrounded by—and then photographed with—the Beatles.
Other photos in the set are "Martha My Dear," "Flower Power 2," "Ready, Steady, Go" and "Untitled 2."
The photos all have a white border and measure 29 cms x 29 cms (11.5 x 11.5 ins).
These photographs are considered by experts to be the very best colour images from that day.
Kindly donated by Tom Murray.
The Ultimate Charity Auction was launched in 2012 to provide an online fundraising platform to support national and local charities. The global auction has already raised £1,018,000 and was designed to capture the imagination of its bidders, offering money can’t buy prizes and experiences from the worlds of sport, lifestyle and celebrity.
100% transparency is at the heart of the auction, this year we will be raising funds for GeeWizz Charity and the League Managers Association Charity–In the Game. In particular, the auction will be funding a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Disneyland for a little girl called Emily Mullen from Lowestoft, Suffolk. Emily sadly suffers from a range of complex health conditions meaning that she is now classed as terminally ill. She is also blind and has developed a love for Disney songs. Funds from the auction will cover the costs of this trip for Emily and her family, giving them the opportunity to make memories of a lifetime.
GeeWizz Charity support children and young adults who live with a life-threatening condition, a disability or cancer by purchasing specialist equipment such as electric wheelchairs and bespoke car sears, and physiotherapy that the NHS does not fund.
The LMA Charity–In the Game aims to increase its funding, remit and visibility of the LMA Charity and increase its contribution to the wider community. They help members and their families who have fallen on difficult times or find themselves in need of specialist care, advice or assistance. Funds from this year’s auction will help support projects around mental health in sport.