Few images of a certain American time and place could conjure up the mood more than a night sky as viewed from outside a traditional diner, while a classic convertible car (replete with white wall tyres, we hasten to add) is witnessed parked up outside. Kitsch? Maybe. Cool? Without question. And one of the undisputed kings of cool (both in terms of music and contemporary landscape art) is Bob Dylan. ‘Staring at the Moon’ is as pictorially US of A as its possible to get short of James Dean or Marlon Brando styling their quiffs, and for this visual pleasure we have to thank the songwriter-turned-fine-art-exponent, Dylan this early part of 2018. Lifted from his ‘The Beaten Path’ collection, this hand-signed giclee print only piece is undoubtedly one of the stand-out pieces, and with just 295 examples up for grabs, we’d politely invite those interested to talk with us now to avoid disappointment.