The Collage Series

Klaus Voormann

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  • ISBN: 9781905662487
  • Collector edition: 433 copies

The Collector Copies

Signed by: Klaus Voormann

Extras: Each Collector copy includes an original pencil drawing presented within its box, on a record-sized 29 x 29cm (approximately 12 x 12") mount, which is suitable for framing.

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In 1966, Klaus Voormann created the cover for the Beatles' seminal album, Revolver. Visually representing the band's new direction, the Revolver artwork became instantly iconic. In 1967, Voormann went on to win the GRAMMY Award for Best Cover | Graphic Arts, the first time for a rock and pop album.

Our recent sell-out publication, REVOLVER 50: THE GRAMMY ANNIVERSARY EDITION, recounted the making of the cover in a graphic novel-style book. Now, Voormann is returning to the collage medium to create a series of unique Revolver-themed artworks. REVOLVER 50: The Collage Series brings alive the creative process that won Voormann a GRAMMY award 50 years ago.

Voormann "I had an idea of doing a collage again so people could get an original in their hands... It's a different version of the cover... right in the middle of creating it."

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