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Pink Floyd Relics Limited Edition Album Print Signed By Nick Mason

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Originally Designed & Drawn By Pink Floyds Drummer
Pink Floyd Relics Limited Edition Album Print Signed By Nick Mason

Date: 2008 (1967)

Signed By: Nick Mason In Pencil

Edition: 195 World Wide

Dimensions: Image 19 x 19, Paper 28 x 27"

Atelier: Dekkel Fine Art Publishing Ltd

Condition: New / Mint

Medium: Giclee Print On 330gsm Somerset Velvet Enhanced Paper

British Pounds£1500
US Dollars$1995
Euros€1851
Japanese Yen¥257475

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Customer Reviews

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Reviewed by Kevin Rose from Cheltenham

I bought one of these straight off the wall at the Nick Mason signing in 2008. He then signed and dated the back cover so I guess mine is truly unique.

There are more colourful album covers but this one is always a talking point, hanging on the wall of my study. The level of detail in the drawing from Nick Mason is mesmerising and there is always something new to see.

If you are a Floyd fan then buy one, bound to appreciate in value and fun to own.

March 2010
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Pink Floyd Relics Limited Edition
Reviewed by Mandy Jenkins from Birmingham

Purchased 2007 - Drawn in pencil by drummer Nick Mason.

The pencil on white paper effect for me gives this print a sharpness and added edge.

From a distance it looks like a marvellous mechanical machine to time travel with. It can take you to magical far away places! It is a contraption but one in which you decide where to go.

A print to be enjoyed by everybody, SO BUY IT NOW.

November 2009

Date: 2008 (1967)

Signed By: Nick Mason In Pencil

Edition: 195 World Wide

Dimensions: Image 19 x 19, Paper 28 x 27"

Atelier: Dekkel Fine Art Publishing Ltd

Condition: New / Mint

Medium: Giclee Print On 330gsm Somerset Velvet Enhanced Paper

The album cover was designed by drummer Nick Mason, and according to him is the only concrete product of his years at architecture school in the Regent Street Polytechnic.

When the album was released on CD, former Hipgnosis partner Storm Thorgerson had a real-life version of the contraption on the cover made and presented it to Mason. It still resides in Nick Mason's office. Both Storm Thorgerson and his assistant, Peter Curzon, came up with the idea after viewing the head sculpture which had been constructed by John Robertson and which appeared on The Division Bell album sleeve.

Frame not included