artist：Archer Prewitt produced：2010 print type：letterpress on heavy stock paper color: 2c Hand letterpress studio：DEXTERITY PRESS Hand letterpress craftsman：Jeff Mueller paper size：h27cm x w32.5cm edition number：10 signed Frame : Not Attached retail price： 25,000 yen
“Through divine revelation, riding on a yellow tractor” the Lee Perry Statue will make its grand entrance on earth! The official statue of Lee “Scratch” Perry, king of Dub music and true originator! Presspop’s second collaboration with the “Upsetter” is a very special statue, sculpted by master sculptor, Tomohiro Yasui and produced completely in JAPAN by Japanese soft-vinyl craftsmen. A product of highest quality carrying the spirit of Japanese soft-vinyl making. Once again, artist Archer Prewitt has perfectly captured the true essence of Mr.Perry in his younger years, doing his thing in The Black Ark studio. There is also beautiful sculpting work on the back side of him dancing. Comes … Learn more
King of Alternative Rock meets US Cartoonist Master! Experience the magical collaboration of Yo La Tengo and Jim Woodring. The three band members, Ira, Georgia and James come to life as 3 original characters in the land of “the Tree!” Present/past/future, the real/unreal, visible/invisible, sadness/joy……”the Tree” will grow, enveloping all. And the ecstatic creatures that inhabit “the Tree” are the 3 beings blessed by the god of music. The curtain has been raised for Woodring’s mysterious and psychedelic dream land. But the story has just begun…… This product is a set of DVD and 3 soft-vinyl dolls. The DVD contains an original animation (5:20 minutes) of a mind-blowing colorful … Learn more
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PRESSPOP POP UP SHOP at Parco Book Center, Kichijoji inside Parco, NOW! Not sure when we will end it but we dug up some rare and hard to get items from our archive of products so rush over there fast if you don’t want to miss out. Oh, and for those of you who aren’t familiar with Kichijoji, it’s a town filled with awesome shops and restaurants, and also we’ve got the Gibli Museum and Inogashira Park and Zoo…many things you can check out, so come on out for some fun!