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Posted November 19 2011

Black Dog  by Justin Hampton

 

Edition of 200 signed and numbered prints

 “To me, ‘Black Dog’ is the antithesis of Rock N Roll.  Hard, heavy, sexual and primal.  The sentiment is as old as the beginning of man and woman and the eternal subject matter of the earliest Blues song. It’s about obsession, infatuation, lust, frustration, disappointment and yearning.  It’s mostly from a man’s perspective but there would be no Blues or Rock N Roll if this emotion did not exist between the sexes.”
Justin Hampton

20x30” Limited edition screenprinted poster
Edition of 200 signed and numbered prints 

£40

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Black Dog Colour Variant

20x30” Limited edition screenprinted poster
Edition of 40 signed and numbered prints 

£75

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Black Dog (Hand Finished Edition) Only 4!


20x30” Limited edition screenprinted poster

The first four of the colour variants have been individually hand finished by the artist to create four one of a kind prints.

£200

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Rock & Roll by Kii Arens

“What is more Rock and Roll than groupie sex in your hotel after a show with an actual shark?

The story of Led Zeppelin at the Edgewater is legendary in every form it’s been told. The hotel boasts it’s added feature of fishing from your room. Why? Because the Edgewater Hotel, in Seattle, is on the edge of water.

Legend has it that a roadie caught a shark with John Bonham and things got a lil’ nutty.

Rock on!”

Kii Arens

18x24” Limited edition poster
Edition of 200 signed and numbered prints
Poster features model and actress Rose McGowan 

£45

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The Battle of Evermore
by John Vogl

“‘The Battle of Evermore’ has such rich and illustrative lyrics, the most difficult part to approaching this piece was choosing what elements to focus on. I wanted to showcase the battles between light and dark, and highlight the tension and conflict in the song. It’s one of my favorite Led Zeppelin songs, and was a thrill to work with.”
John Vogl

18x24” Limited edition poster
Edition of 200 signed and numbered prints

£40

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Stairway to Heaven by Jermaine Rogers

“What does ‘Stairway To Heaven’ look like? I’ll admit, I’m still not quite sure: there are as many interpretations for this song as there are individuals who’ve heard it. For me, it’s a song drenched in ‘duality’. It lyrically defines two paths: the choice to follow some ‘script’ in life, dictated by dogma, tradition, or teaching OR the option of trusting the inner voice, the ‘humming’ in your head.

I believe that there is energy within each one of us that naturally attempts to sync up with the pulsing of the universe, the grid connecting everything and everyone in existence. As a race of beings, we’ve become so very distracted over the ages that we’ve gradually forgotten how to ‘hear’ it. I think the song celebrates the option to ‘listen very hard’ & to follow the primal music in your head.

 Still, the choice is ours...and the image I created is dominated by that same aspect of duality. Two paths. You can try to cheat the game and buy the ‘stairway to heaven’...or you can surrender to the wheel of fortune and just live it out day by day.”

Jermaine Rogers

20x30” Limited edition poster
Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints

£45

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Stairway to Heaven (Foil Edition)

20x30” Limited edition poster
Edition of only 30 signed and numbered prints on metallic silver foil paper.

£100

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Stairway to Heaven (Colour Variant)

20x30” Limited edition poster
Edition of only 50 signed and numbered prints using red and yellow ink.

20x30” Limited edition poster
Edition of only 100 signed and numbered prints using red and yellow ink.

£70

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Misty Mountain Hop by Nate Duval

“I have always been drawn to the lyrics “So I’m packing my bags for the Misty Mountains where the spirits go now, over the hills where the spirits fly. “  They not only paint a picture of what was going on in the park that famed day in the song, but touch on the oft-mentioned middle-earth interests the guys seem to have had throughout their illustrious career. I wanted to let my mind run wild and send myself off to the misty mountains where I was greeted by this very flying spirit.  I modeled our flying friend after the serpents and Dragons Jimmy has been known to adorn on-stage.”
Nate Duval

18x24” Limited edition poster
Edition of 200 signed and numbered prints

£40


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Four Sticks by Dan Grzeca

“This was a really challenging piece for me to make.  The power of the songs opening riffs, with the relentless rhythms from the entire band set the pace.  Reading how Page and Co. took to creating the song as an abstract, I latched onto this as I’ve been making prints of semi-abstract landscapes recently.  Taking imagery from the night, and the woods, the belly of an owl filled with a river in the English Countryside I hope I conveyed at least a part of what the song brings out emotionally.”
Dan Grzeca

18x24” Limited edition poster
Edition of 200 signed and numbered prints

£40

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Going to California by Gary Houston

“There are so many things that conjure up thoughts of California. There’s an old national lampoon radio show in which Hunter Thompson is assigned to find the essence of Cali. He drives around the state in a car with the radio blaring all things Cali, and encounters events typical to his assignment, and he’s oblivious to it all. Can’t get a handle on it.

To me, to represent Cali I used the Golden Gate Bridge. It’s not the Hollywood sign which is L.A. The bridge is a Cali thing, with the fog and ocean. The stamp border refers to travelling, going from here to there, not stationary. I used warm colours and built around the yellow sky. The illustration process was scratch board which is very organic and in keeping with the California feel. [although i guess you could argue that southern cali is pretty slick] All seperations are hand cut with airbrush splatter on rubylith and then each colour is hand pulled. There are 6 colour passes on this print. ”

Gary Houston

20x25” Limited edition poster
Edition of 200 signed and numbered prints

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When the Levee Breaks by Mike King

“The song ‘When the Levee Breaks’ despite its title, seems to be more about “if” than “when”, the levee might break.

The print just moves the action forward from the moment “when” becomes “as”.

A women and remnants of her home and belongings sinking to the bottom of a river.

I added the praying hands in reference to the line “Now, cryin’ won’t help you, prayin’ won’t do you no good” and also because I thought it looked cool.”

Mike King
 

15x25 1/4” Limited edition poster
Edition of 150 signed and numbered prints

£40

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