Rush HemispheresThe Flood Gallery
Marking the end of an era, Hemispheres was the final Rush album to be recorded in the UK, and the last album for which they would record epic, side-long suites. With the band hunkered down in Wales’ Rockfield Studios, designer Hugh Symes’ only contact with the group was over the telephone, recalling how drummer Neil Paert had defined his vision for Fly By Night’s sleeve to the Chicago-based Eraldo Carugati. Symes drew upon the album’s lyrical content for inspiration: the naked figure represents the Greek god Dionysus, while the stern-looking businessman symbolises Apollo, the two standing across from each other on opposite hemispheres of the brain.
- 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