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Sir Peter Blake RA Band Aid Global Jukebox Signed Print

Hand Signed Limited Edition Art work
Sir Peter Blake RA Band Aid Global Jukebox Signed Print

Date: 2006

Signed By: Sir Peter Blake RA

Edition: 750 WOrld Wide

Dimensions: Print size 27 x 26, Image size 19 x 19

Condition: New - mint condition

Medium: Screenprint with 26 colours on Somerset tub sized paper 410gsm. Spot glazed

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

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SOLD OUT Sir Peter Blake RA Live Aid Signed Limited Edition Print

SOLD OUT Hand Signed By Sir Peter Blake
SOLD OUT Sir Peter Blake RA Live Aid Signed Limited Edition Print

Date: 2006

Signed By: Sir Peter Blake RA

Edition: 500 World Wide

Dimensions: Print size 27 x 26, Image size 19 x 19

Condition: New - mint condition

Medium: Screenprint with 26 colours on Somerset tub sized paper 410gsm. Spot glazed

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Live Aid & Band Aid Signed Prints

Two stunning signed limited edition prints by artist Sir Peter
Blake to commemorate this historical time in history. Band Aid
was a British and Irish charity supergroup, founded in 1984 by
Bob Geldof and Midge Ure to raise money for famine relief in
Ethiopia by releasing the record "Do They Know It's Christmas?"
for the Christmas market that year. The single surpassed the
hopes of the producers to become the Christmas number one on that
release. Two subsequent re-recordings of the song to raise
further money for charity also topped the charts. The original
was produced by Midge Ure. The 12" version was mixed by Trevor
Horn.Live Aid was a multi-venue rock music concert held on July
13, 1985 (1985-07-13). The event was organized by Bob Geldof and
Midge Ure to raise funds for famine relief in Ethiopia. Billed as
the 'global jukebox', the event was held simultaneously in
Wembley Stadium, London (attended by 82,000 people) and JFK
Stadium, Philadelphia (attended by about 99,000 people). On the
same day, concerts inspired by the initiative happened in other
countries, such as Australia and Germany. It was one of the
largest-scale satellite link-ups and television broadcasts of all
time: an estimated 400 million viewers, across 60 countries,
watched the live broadcast.