Brian Jonestown Massacre and Swans Poster

The third poster

was supposed to be the last one, at least this is how I imagined it with my Paul Tibbets picture collection. Now that the third poster for the New York pain rockers SWANS is printed and my series is done, the fourth request for a SWANS Gigposter is suddenly arriving on my desk. On the first poster, he poses, right before the mission, full of expectations in front of the B52 bomber “Enola Gay”, which is named after his mother. On the second one, he’s waving – as he has just landed – happily out of the cockpit, and on the newest one, the bomb has already devastated Hiroshima and he’s posing, swollen with pride, for the press photographer. Well, I think I still got one for my fourth and last SWANS Poster which will be coming out in autumn.

At present, the neighbours and visitors of the DOUZE print shop are hearing rather unknown sounds coming out of the speakers, as I’m dealing since a while with a style of music I had pretty much neglected until now: For bands like The Black Angels or The Brian Jonestown Massacre have built a new pillar of the Neo Psych Rock, which gives this music such a solid fundament that no colourful fun landslide can be a danger to it: My poster for The Brian Jonestown Massacre refers to lots of details of their music and their really good videos – which should definitely give the final impulse to the undecided record buyer… Hot shit!

People have very different opinions about what nowadays shouldn’t be missing in a well-organised household. I think, everyone should have a protective hand on his wall! It protects the owner against the evil eye – which surely precedes every kind of turpitude… The eye of Fatima decorates my Hamsa, designed and drawn after its eastern model. It was the basis for a charity poster for the art project “Stolpersteine” in Dresden. Unfortunately, the Douze Hamsa will protect only very few against the evil eye, as there’s only a very limited edition of 24 prints per colour. For all-round protection take this way…

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