Martin Hannett's 'Aural Hallucinations'
29.99 GBP

'Aural Hallucinations' depicts the legendary Martin Hannett, producer of the two Joy Division albums 'Closer' and 'Unknown Pleasures' recording the sound of the moon moving round the earth.

"I imagine what sound would be like if it had to travel through a completely different atmosphere, through strange weather and weird gravity. What would it be like? I thought it migh be interesting." He was, of course, stoned out of his extremely large brain. "I want to hear the sound of the moon moving round the earth." And so on. Strangely, the men take it all in. They too love sound. Somehow they understand the aural hallucinations that Hannett regurgitates.

This giclee art print arrives on high quality heavy IFA24 - 245gsm Water Colour Decor Art Paper. Two sizes available - A3 (297mm x 420mm)/A2 (420mm x 594mm).
Daniel uses David Bingley's Dot to Dot printing house based in Essex, who have worked with Tate Modern, The British Museum and John Lewis.
All of Daniel's art is created by his own hand using traditional methods and tools such as Rotring fine liner pens, individual weight letter stamps, watercolour paints and heavy weight paper.

This art print will arrive in a hard card tube to ensure safe delivery.