Limited Edition of 25 (first edition still available). Taken from the N.M.E. album review illustration of PJ Harvey’s album Songs From The City, Songs From The Sea released in October 2000.
This is the last illustration featured in End Of A Century and is visually rich and detailed, showing PJ Harvey morphing onto a sea creature whilst traveling on the London Underground Tube. Thom Yorke floats in the background. Using scanned imagery from Run’s vast collection of graphical ephemera, and deconstructed press photos of the musicians, the image was composited digitally using Photoshop.
Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea is the fifth studio album by English alternative rock musician PJ Harvey, released on 23 October 2000 by Island Records, to universal critical aclaim, PJ Harvey said she wanted to make ‘everything sound as beautiful as possible’. Recorded during March to April 2000, it contains themes of love that are tied into Harvey’s affection for New York City.
NME hailed it as “a magnificent and life-affirming opus”
25 in stock
Print size is 9.5″ W x 13.5″ H.
This is a fine art/giclee print; printed onto thick archival quality paper, named and numbered in pencil and signed with Run’s 2 stamps.
|Dimensions||31 × 41 cm|
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