RAYMOND PETTIBON, Blank / “Long Live the People of the Revolution”, 2005
31,1 x 31,5 cm
signed on cover
comes with 2 private photos of sign event
published by Eventuell, Cologne, Germany
The cover is a reproduction of a drawing with the following text: ‘I saw bright colors and stuff but it was like I controlled them instead of them controlling the speed, and I understood the harmony that governs me the worlds in space and the ‘tiny atom’ turn it up amen….’ This record is in the collection of MoMA, New York, USA.
RAYMOND PETTIBON, They hung there, possible answers to any question that came up, 2014
127 x 127 cm
seafoam scarf of 10% cashmere, 90% modal
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RAYMOND PETTIBON, Garage Tattoo, 2011
15 x 10 cm
offset transfer print
part of a set of 5 transfer tattoos by John Baldessari, Dinos Chapman, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons and Raymond Pettibon
published by Garage Magazine, Moscow, Russia – New York, USA
RAYMOND PETTIBON, Off! – First Four EPs, 2010
cardboard box with 4 vinyl 7 inch EP’s
A legendary punk band ‘Black Flag’ was founded by Pettibon’s brother Greg Ginn (Pettibon is a pseudonym) in Hermosa Beach (California) in the late 70s.
The four EPs comprise a total of 16 songs. This first release, succinctly titled 1st EP, is produced in a limited edition 7-inch with exclusive poster courtesy of Raymond Pettibon, the Black Flag’s overall visual aesthetic Punker with a black pen featuring its own Pettibon sleeve art.
RAYMOND PETTIBON, untitled [plate], 2008
diameter 30,5 cm / 12 inches
ceramic plate, signed in print
Produced by SMMOA / Santa Monica Museum Of Art, Santa Monica / Los Angeles, USA