Published by Timeless Ed. – 2016 – France
Giclée print measuring 30 x 40 cm representing artist and occultist Marjorie Cameron.
Val Denham “Cameron”, Val’s iconic evocation of Marjorie Cameron, artist, actress, witch. Easily one of Val’s most realised and magical creations in recent years.
This limited edition giclée print of only 35 copies, finished to the highest standards, printed on A3 Natural Cold Press 330 gr paper, blind stamped and hand-numbered was first issued to the public at the “Psychoanalysis, Art and the Occult” conference in London, earlier this month.
There are only a few copies remaining, early orders might be lucky to receive one of the signed copies. Act fast!
This a pre order : shipping starts end of june
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However plenty of this standard vinyl edition plus the CD verion with the bonus disc.
Who is this Val Denham anyway?
Val Denham, born 14.11.1957 in Yorkshire is the kind of artist you’d normally expect to learn about only after their passing, when crates of wonderful obsessively detailed artworks and diaries would be revealed Darger-like to an unsuspecting public. Because unlike the majority of her generation of UK artists, neither her interest (nor her talent!) is first and foremost in self-promotion but in the obsessive creation of her art, the expression of her uniquely personal vision, her obsessions, her manias, her struggles and her life-path. Formally trained at Bradford College and the Royal College of Art in London, she has been originally associated industrial culture, with that true counter-cultural revolution of the late 1970s and early 80s, creating a lot of the visual hallmarks of that genre and releasing her first own musical efforts via the then thriving tape scene. Apart from creating richly detailed works which deal with personal themes like her OCD, gender dysphoria and transgender issues, she is also an accomplished portrait artist. Her style is easily identifiable even though she has never limited herself to one particular mode of expression only, she is equally versatile in life-like figurative art as in abstract forms. Two volumes of her art and thoughts have been published by Timeless Editions out of Toulouse in 2012 and 2015 respectively and met with wide approval. Apart from releasing her ongoing series of critically acclaimed albums of her music and songs Val has also collaborated with various other bands on her sound works.
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Marc Almond with TRANART BOOK (a few left)
One sided red heavy cotton T shirt.
Size : XL, L, M, S
IMPORTANT : This is a pre-order starting today and ending on june 7. So you have only 2 weeks to get it. After that this will be completly over as we will not carry any stock.
We will start shipping out the shirts approximately 2 weeks after the end of the pre-order period.
Desert Rose ANARCOCKS [Black Sun Productions / Coil] CD Digipack (OECD 199) – OLD EUROPA CAFE Limited Edition 300 copies
The box set of my early recordings.
The Death & Beauty Foundation. (Double vinyl album with gatefold sleeve)
Silverstar Amoeba. (Vinyl album)
Counterdance. (Vinyl album)
Limited edition box, 99 copies (brown vinyl) contains extra vinyl EP and brown T Shirt. In special case.
Regular black vinyl single albums unlimited.
The first ever extensive overview of art (drawings, paintings and sketches) created by John Balance.of Coil – available now!
This is a superb large format volume in full colour of the artwork of John Balance
Published by Timeless – 2014 – France
29 x 29 cm – 248 pages in full colours – Hardcover
The artworks featured in the book are both finished elaborate hallucinatory pieces as well as quick sketches with a good sprinkling of Balance’s often underestimated humour.
Homages to idols and inspirations next to idiosyncratic magical dreamscapes
executed in a wide variety of styles and mediums
Compiled by Liam Thomas and Thighpaulsandra – with text by
Val Denham and Jeremy Reed.
First edition of 500 copies