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Limited edition Quadrophenia print by Piper Gates Design

Limited edition Quadrophenia print by Piper Gates Design
Limited edition Quadrophenia print by Piper Gates Design
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I actually featured this in 2012 (and once since), after which it sold out. But this Quadrophenia print by Piper Gates Design has been reprinted in 2021 in limited numbers.

30 copies of this much-loved Quadrophenia print have been reproduced for 2021, which is likely to sell through as quick as I post about them. I am hoping the artist will consider another run beyond that, but as I write that isn’t happening. If this sells out, I’ll try and push him further.

Back in 2012, the print was described as a’ re-imagining of the out of print Alan Fletcher book tie-in’, with the original cartoon cover replaced with one inspired by Bruce Robertson’s cover of Scootering by Jon Stevens, throwing in a bit of pop art and the four personalities of Jimmy.

The description is still suited to the reprint. Nothing much has changed. Well, one subtle difference. The first run is signed ‘I. Percival’ and the second run ‘Ian Percival’. I think this one has the full name and year, but I can’t be sure.

However, I know this is still a 30x 40cm print on high-quality 250-gram silk paper and of course, limited in numbers to just those 20 units right now.

Cheap enough at just £14.99 if you get in quickly and ideal if you are a fan of the film or indeed, The Who. or know someone who is this Christmas.

Find out more at the eBay website

Note also that the designer has some Jam and Paul Weller Christmas cards available right now too.

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One Comment

  1. SuaveCollective

    Thats really nice! Much better than the actual book cover for sure…and that of the DVD for that matter!

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