The story behind…
Rattus Norvegicus is the debut studio album by the Stranglers, released on 15 April 1977. It was one of the highest-selling albums of the punk era in Britain, eventually achieving platinum record sales. The released title is the taxonomic name for the common brown rat.
- 10 editions
- Frame: Box with Museum Glass
- Medium: Giclée
- Mount: No Mount
- Finish: No Finish
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- 30 days
About James Talon:
To say it in James’ words, he was “dragged up during the miserable, 3 day week, blackout that was the 1970’s.” His art is a document of his journey through the punk revolution, new wave hope and rave hedonism that followed. Each piece of art represents a moment on that ride, a pop song, a woman, an argument, a drunken night, a book, a friend, a fight. Each piece uses large scale, 3 dimensional sculptures and graphic symbolism to transform mundane objects into a modern interpretation of a time lived.
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1. Select the right artwork
from our collection, specially curated for you by our experienced curators
2. Pick a size
in order to make sure the artwork fits your wall well
3. Activate your membership
to order your artwork and arrange delivery options together with us
4. Hang it on your wall
& start your first, second or never-ending affair with art
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