Fans Back In Black to reveal mementos

CALLING all AC/DC fans - it's time to dust off the memorabilia.

Artist Kim Guthrie is looking for any "Acca Dacca" diehards with T-shirts, CDs, posters or any other collected paraphernalia to be part of a photography series he's working on.

He's named it "High Voltage" after the Australian rock band's first album.

"I've been a long-time fan myself of early AC/DC music. I saw them live when I was 18," the Cooroy resident said.

"I'm always looking for interesting things as photographic projects, and because they're such an iconic band and so popular, I thought this would be perfect.

"I want to find people who are fans. I really like obsessiveness. I've photographed collectors of things before.

"If I get enough, I might try and crowd-fund a book."

Mr Guthrie, from Melbourne, studied fine art at the Victorian College of the Arts, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. He has lived and worked on the Coast for the past 27 years with his partner, painter Lisa Adams.

He was recently selected as a semi-finalist in the Moran Contemporary Photography Prize 2013 and has twice been a finalist in the Olive Cotton Award for Photographic Portraiture.

Anyone interested in participating in the photo series can email Mr Guthrie at