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Led Zeppelin Cloud DVD Cover Art Print Signed By Andie Airfix


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Limited Edition Fine Art Print Hand Signed By Original Artist
Led Zeppelin Cloud DVD Cover Art Print Signed By Andie Airfix

Date: Published 2010

Signed By: Andie Airfix

Edition: 195 Prints World Wide

Dimensions: Paper 860 x 655 cm Image 660 x 430 cm

Atelier: Dekkel Fine Art

Condition: New Mint Condition

Medium: Archival Giclee and Screen On Heavy Paper

British Pounds£550
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Japanese Yen¥94408

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LED ZEPPELIN 'Zeppelin Cloud'.

Invited by the band in 2003 to design artwork for LED
ZEPPELIN's enigmatically titled 'DVD' the release of
previously unseen live concert footage from the Royal Albert
Hall, Madison Square Gardens and Knebworth ANDIE AIRFIX
created stunning images for the 2-DVD set. After it's
release 'DVD' was described as the "Holy Grail of heavy
metal" and "one of the best rock documentaries ever made" by
Rolling Stone magazine.

This large landscape 'work in progress' was subsequently
developed to become the 'wraparound' cover for the Limited
Edition box-set and the commercial release which sold 15 x
platinum units worldwide.

To follow precedents set by some of the most well-known
album sleeves in music's history was a daunting task but
Airfix rose to the challenge. 'It was important for me to
continue the distinctive design legacy," says Airfix. "For
my initial inspiration I referred to the amazing crop-circle
image used on Zeppelin's 'Remasters' CD released in 1990. I
incorporated the zeppelin shape in a similarly abstract way
and used some of the same vibrant, other-worldly colours. I
see the 'DVD' cover-image as a progression of the 'Re-
masters' image two releases which complement each other."

This is a rare opportunity to own a unique image, previously
unpublished and only usually found in a designer's private