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First Edition

Dimension (x,y,z): 20.87 x 21.65 inches (53.00 x 55.00 cm)
Original Price: 150.00 GBP
Run: 200
Markings: Signed & Numbered

Adjust Your Set 4 Colour Screen print on Somerset satin tub Sized 410gsm Edition of 200 53 x 55 cm Signed and numbered "I first drew this when my children were very young and awoke at a painful hour in the morning. I told them a story about how grown-ups put their toys away in the attic and forget about them. Meanwhile the toys are sad and then angry and in the end they come down the stairs and eat the grown-ups. I was drawing these stories out around the time that I was beginning to make the artwork for what became Radiohead's Kid A, and the pointy-toothed bear sort of cross pollinated. It's spread like some sort of bacterium. It's easy to draw and isn't copyrighted, so embrace the bear. Just don't leave it in the attic."
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Special Edition

Dimension (x,y,z): 21.65 x 20.87 inches (55.00 x 53.00 cm)
Original Price: 200.00 GBP
Run: 25

Adjust Your Set - Special Edition Giclee on Somerset Velvet with Bronze, Silver and Gold Leaf. Edition of 25 53 x 55 cm Signed and numbered "Entering Shangri La is like stumbling into a netherworld of mental disorientation, peopled by all the people your parents warned you about and then some other strange fiends that they had never dreamed of unless they'd been eating the yellow snow. And it's a demented gallery, a visual cornucopia that's been forced through both the filters of Blade Runner and of a Mediaeval bacchanal, crammed with the kind of art that would have the perpetrators thrown out of art college while their tutors go howling into the nearest asylum. There are some great bars too. Which is why I was desperate to be involved. I pestered the organisers (once I'd found out where they hid - a scrapyard in a part of Bristol I never knew existed) until they reluctantly let me have a go. I mashed up a version of the old TV test card with a drawing of a pointy-toothed bear. I'd originally drawn the bear to entertain my children in the ghastly hours before dawn, so it seemed quite appropriate." Stanley Donwood
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