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Endangered Poster Set

$150.00 AUD

A set of nine original Preservation music posters
Design by Mark Gowing
Various sizes
2015 FE007
Edition: 35 sets

As one of the world’s leading experimental-music labels, Preservation Music is dedicated to releasing diverse artists and styles from the frontiers of sound. Needless to say, this commitment to representing the best of the avant-garde extends to the CDs’ promotional material, which always strikes the right note.

The Preservation posters are the work of award-winning designer Mark Gowing, who made them double as innovative packaging solutions for the label’s titles of 2006 to 2009. Since then, Preservation’s cover art and posters have garnered local and international acclaim and awards, including a coveted Golden Bee at the 2010 Moscow International Biennale of Graphic Design. 

Featuring a variety of uncoated papers and special inks, these nine Preservation posters are now available, for the first time, as a collectable set. As highly sought-after pieces, they are fast becoming scarce, so let them be music to your eyes while you still can.

 

Post: Post
2006
Offset print
260 × 388 mm

Tom Carter and Robert Horton: Monsters of Felt
2007
Offset print in metallic bronze and black
453 × 647 mm

Sun: I’ll Be the Same
2007
Offset print in fluorescent orange and black
387 × 520 mm

Aaron Martin: River Water
2007
Offset print
490 × 650 mm 

Richard Skelton: Marking Time
2008
Offset print
650 × 910 mm

Oliver Mann: The Possum Wakes at Night
2008
Offset print in red and black
420 × 594 mm

Pimmon: Smudge Another Yesterday
2009
Offset print in brown and black
387 × 530 mm

Heather Woods Broderick: From the Ground
2009
Offset print in metallic bronze, silver and fluorescent pink
387 × 520 mm

Aaron Martin: Chautauqua
2009
Offset print in orange and black
650 × 910 mm