Rush 2112
Rush’s record label wanted a radio-friendly rock album. Ever defiant, the group recorded a concept album, 2112 – and, in the process, created not only their singular masterpiece, but one of prog rock’s finest long-players. The 20-plus-minute title track imagined a dystopian future where all planets were ruled by The Red Star Of The Solar Federation, whose insignia looms ominously on the album’s front cover. The rear sleeve pictured a naked man (modelled based on design assistant Bob King) railing against the symbol – a metaphor for the individual standing up against an authoritarian regime. Designed by longtime Rush artist Hugh Symes, the “Starman emblem” was soon adopted as the band’s own logo.
  • High quality giclee print
  • Officially licensed album artwork
  • Already framed and mounted- ready to go straight on the wall!
  • Shipping to UK only
  • Available in 61cm/24.1" sq or 46cm/18.1"sq