Archive Annotations are a series of sporadic and incomplete anecdotes regarding past L-13 releases, oddities and rejects which are dug up from the vaults to be paraded about and subsequently DISPOSED OF via the archive section of the site shop.
Usually these are unique items, limited numbers from a long sold-out edition or unreleased experiments.
Once they are sold and their fate is sealed in a private collection these annotations will remain as reference to their existence.
This is one of the posters we made to celebrate the opening of the L-13 Light Industrial Workshop and Private Ladies and Gentlemen’s Club for Art, Leisure and the Disruptive Betterment of Culture.
It’s also a very early example of our distressing and folding technique that went on to be co-opted by Art Hate and the Billy Childish distressed range. At this point we hadn’t found the right paper to use so we found the ink would flake off where we folded it.
Distressed inkjet print on matt stock.
No. 2 from an edition of 4
71 x 106 cm
Signed, numbered and stamped by the artist
Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Harry Adams
Only one available.
In excellent distressed condition.
Sold as seen.
Check availability in the archive section of the L-13 shop.