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Featuring 154 bands and recording artists, each with a color in their name, The Colour of Pop Music categorizes each band or singer, creating a color wheel in the process. With an A to Z key at the base of the print, this contemporary LP-inspired five-color lithograph—designed by Dorothy—features bands both obvious, like Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, Blondie, King Crimson, and The White Stripes, and obscure, such as Silver Apples, Pennyroyal Tea, In The Pink, and The Green Telescope.
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Unframed. 5-color lithograph print on 120gsm uncoated art paper.
W 27.50” H 39.37”
When four advertising vets turned to their own ideas in 2010, Ali, Phil, Jim, and Tich became Dorothy. A Manchester, England-based studio, Dorothy creates conceptual artwork and products that reimagine familiar entities in new forms: Hollywood stars become astrological maps, the dollar sign is made a symbol of getting screwed, and pop charts turn color wheels.