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RARE Storm Thorgerson Bodies Series 6 Print Set. Matching Numbers And Hand Signed

Only 2 Sets Available For Sale World Wide - Includes Pink Floyd Back Catalo
RARE Storm Thorgerson Bodies Series 6 Print Set. Matching Numbers And Hand Signed

Date: 2000

Signed By: Storm Thorgerson

Edition: 125 Prints World Wide

Dimensions: Various

Atelier: Storm Thorgerson Prints

Condition: New & Mint Condition

Medium: Silkscreen Print On Heavy Stock Art Paper

British Pounds£9000
US Dollars$11970
Euros€11106
Japanese Yen¥1544850

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Storm Thorgerson SIgned Art Print Of Anthrax Stomp 442

Limited Edition Album Cover Fine Art
Storm Thorgerson SIgned Art Print Of Anthrax Stomp 442

Signed By: Storm Thorgerson in pencil

Edition: 125 World Wide

Dimensions: Print size 25" x 33", Image size 19" x 19"

Atelier: Design and Photography by StormStudios

Condition: New - mint condition

Medium: Silkscreen print using colours on Somerset Tub 410 gsm

British Pounds£595
US Dollars$791
Euros€734
Japanese Yen¥102132

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Anthrax Signed Prints

Stomp 442 is the name of the seventh album by American heavy
metal band Anthrax. It was released in 1995, (see 1995 in music)
by Elektra Records. The band and Butcher Brothers produced the
album, which includes the singles, "Fueled" and "Nothing". The
album debuted at #47 on the Billboard 200 charts. Anthrax claimed
that their label, Elektra Records didn't do enough to promote the
album, and they left soon after. Stomp 442 is the only Anthrax
album not featuring the traditional Anthrax logo.

Stomp 442 is also Anthrax's first album without Dan Spitz on lead
guitar. Though not yet credited as a member of the band, Paul
Crook took over lead guitar duties.

The legendary Storm Thorgerson and Aubrey Powell of design team
Hipgnosis yet again played with the mind of the beholder with
this image, was this really a giant ball of scrap metal? and why
is there a naked bloke standing by the side of it? whatever the
answers to these questions when viewed as the larger scale fine
art print it is truly an amazing image.