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CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE The Mars Volta Print Frances The Mute

Limited Edition Album Cover Fine Art Memorabilia Poster Art Work
CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE The Mars Volta Print Frances The Mute

Signed By: Storm Thorgerson In Pencil

Edition: 20 released World Wide

Condition: New - mint condition

Medium: Fine Art Digital Print On 400gsm Somerset Paper

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Storm Thorgerson Hand Signed Print Titled Stormback Catalogue

Featuring images from Black Sabbath, 10cc, Cranberries, Mars Volta & Muse
Storm Thorgerson Hand Signed Print Titled Stormback Catalogue

Date: May 2008

Signed By: Storm Thorgerson

Edition: 160 Prints Available World Wide

Dimensions: Paper 875 x 645, Image 675 x 420mm

Atelier: Dekkel Fine Art Publishing

Condition: New - mint condition

Medium: Giclee Print On 33ogsm Somerset Velvet Enhanced Paper

British Pounds£495
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Storm Thorgerson Limited Edition Signed Print Of The Mars Volta Televators

Album Cover Fine Art Memorabila Poster
Storm Thorgerson Limited Edition Signed Print Of The Mars Volta Televators

Signed By: Storm Thorgerson in pencil

Edition: 100 World Wide

Dimensions: Print size 25

Atelier: Design and Photography by Storm Studios

Condition: New - mint condition

Medium: Silkscreen print using colours on Somerset Tub 410 gsm

British Pounds£350
US Dollars$466
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Storm Thorgerson Print The Mars Volta Deloused Limited Edition

Limited Edition Album Cover Fine Art Memorabilia Poster Art Work
Storm Thorgerson Print The Mars Volta Deloused Limited Edition

Date: 2004

Signed By: Storm Thorgerson In Pencil

Edition: 20 released World Wide

Condition: New - mint condition

Medium: Fine Art Digital Print On 40gsm Somerset Paper

British Pounds£1200
US Dollars$1596
Euros€1481
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The Mars Volta Jellyfish Print By Storm Thorgerson

Album Cover Fine Art Memorabilia Poster
The Mars Volta Jellyfish Print By Storm Thorgerson

Signed By: Storm Thorgerson

Edition: 100 World Wide

Dimensions: Paper 22 x 19

Atelier: Coriander Studios from original artwork.

Condition: New

Medium: silkscreen print on Somerset tub sized paper 410gsm

British Pounds£300
US Dollars$399
Euros€370
Japanese Yen¥51495

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The Mars Volta The Widow Limited Edition Print By Storm Thorgerson

Limited Edition Album Cover Memorabilia Fine Art
The Mars Volta The Widow Limited Edition Print By Storm Thorgerson

Date: 2005

Signed By: Storm Thorgerson in pencil

Edition: 100 World Wide

Dimensions: Paper 25

Atelier: Coriander Studios London UK from original artwork.

Condition: New

Medium: Silkscreen 22 colour glazed Somerset tub sized paper 410gsm

British Pounds£300
US Dollars$399
Euros€370
Japanese Yen¥51495

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The Mars Volta Prints

Members of the band At the Drive-In, Cedric Bixler-Zavala and Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, were in De Facto with audio technician Jeremy Michael Ward. De Facto included Cedric on drums, Omar on bass, and Jeremy with various loop, vocal, sound, and distortion effects - a composite of sounds, hinging squarely on tripped-out, instrumental dub. Though De Facto started as a local band with a rock feel, they were rooted in the realm of dub reggae pioneers such as Lee Perry and Dr. Alimantado. The group also dabbled in electronica, Latin/salsa, and jazz which provided them with a distinct sound. The band played local shows around their home town, El Paso, Texas, and released their first album How do you dub? You Fight for Dub. You plug Dub in. The group eventually moved to Long Beach, California in 2000 and the keyboardist Isaiah "Ikey" Owens was added to the band lineup. In 2001, De Facto released their second album, Megaton Shotblast on Gold Standard Laboratories, and received instant success. They were also members of the group At the Drive-In, which established much of their fan base. De Facto continued experimenting with new sounds after Omar decided to end to his time with At the Drive-In, taking Cedric along with him. The rest of the band went on to form Sparta). Omar cited frustration with growing mainstream success, as well as creative suffocation as his motivation for quitting At the Drive-In. Eva Gardner joined the De Facto, and it became what is now The Mars Volta - a new project they envisioned would fulfill their creative desires. The initial lineup for their first public show at Chain Reaction in Anaheim, California was De Facto plus Eva Gardner and Jon Theodore. Also, during 2001, the band recorded two songs with Alex Newport, becoming their first demo. They recorded three more tracks with Alex Newport, becoming the Tremulant EP, sparsely released in early 2002.