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Where's Prince? Book

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Illustrated with incredible detail by British artist Kev Gahan, this book is an interactive homage to one of music’s greatest: Prince Rogers Nelson. Prince’s extraordinary cultural significance was highlighted by the worldwide outpouring of love following his tragic passing in April 2016. A huge influential source to many in the fields of music and art, Prince towers as a cultural figure of the twentieth (and into the twenty-first) century. Celebrate his enormous life in this interactive adventure book.
On each page, Prince lies in wait, ready for the eagle-eyed reader to spy him among the crowds. These huge illustrations capture the set of Purple Rain, the labyrinth Paisley Park studios, the ball drop on NYE 1999 at Times Square, the iconic half-time show, and more! This book is bursting with super-super-fan references, and the ultimate gift for any Prince fan. (Which is anyone with a heart, right?)

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Abrams & Chronicles

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Where's Prince?

A nice book, a little thin on pages but a good novelty item for the Prince fan. On some of the pages it's very easy to find Prince, on others not so much! From memory I think there's roughly 7 or 8 double pages inside on which to find Prince. Once you've found Prince you can look for other band members and celebrities like Sinead O'Conner. I bought this for a Prince fan and he enjoyed it. Obviously it has a short lifespan as once you've been through it a few times you're unlikely to go through it again. But it's a fun and fairly unique book.