Electronic musician Aphex Twin has exhausted a line of merchandise that invokes his music videos, including a series of teddy permits with imperil human faces and an anti-pollution mask.
The merchandise includes three human-sized teddy permits in reference to of of Aphex Twin’s music videos
Alongside conventional products, including a t-shirt, a hoodie, and postings, the accumulation features an singular selection of babygrows, an umbrella, an anti-pollution mask and three teddy carries superimposed with James’ face- a reference to his Donkey Rhubarb music video.
All eight concoctions are either motivated by, or are direct portrayals of, visual ornaments featured in music videos in the different regions of the artist’s discography.
The Windowlicker umbrella features the musician’s amorphic logo
The Donkey Rhubarb teddy bear has a fuzzy look and plays a padded nappy and a filigree collar. Available in three colourings- green, orange and yellowed- its facial boasts are superimposed with a printed rendition of James’ face as depicted on the blanket of his 1996 enter Richard D James Album.
The teddy accepts are pulled immediately from the musician’s video for line Donkey Rhubarb, where three human-sized teddy carries wreak havoc across various locations.
The umbrella’s underside is printed with a still from the video
The Windowlicker umbrella, which appeared in his music video of the same list, boasts the musician’s amorphic motto, created by graphic designer Paul Nicholson , which vaguely resembles the note “A” on a grey background.
Its underside is etched with a still from the video of a headshot of James with blooms in his mane and a heavily revised, menacing smile. The concoction has a wooden spar that has the Aphex logo etched on its side.
— Aphex Twin (@ AphexTwin) November 22, 2018
The Ventolin face mask, appointed after ozone-depleting substances are available in asthma inhalers, references a music video where a computer-animated aerosol bottle hovers out of its carton and into an asthma inhaler.
Made in collaboration with anti-pollution mask manufacturers Cambridge Mask, it is published with the Aphex Twin logo in black and white and comes in a pitch-black carry case.
The Ventolin face mask is published with the Apex twin logo
Also in the collection is a white-hot babygrow and a t-shirt in three lengths, which boast a etch of James from his music video Come to Daddy. There is also a CIRKLON3 black hoodie and a grey On sea towel- both with the Aphex Twin logo.
The final product in the collecting is a limited edition A2 litho metal publication of the album artistry of the artist’s most recent liberate Collapse, which peculiarity the Aphex Twin logo interposed onto a backdrop of black and white system with a ripple effect.
The merchandise includes an A2 litho metallic publication of Collapse
Originally imagined in 1991, the Aphex Twin motto was hand-drawn by Nicholson using halo templates and governors. Speaking to music scaffold Resident Advisor, Nicholson said the logo was inspired by an etching James scratched onto the back of a leather travel occurrence 26 years ago.
First appearing on the recording cover for Selected Ambient Works 85 -9 2 in 1992, the logo has been used in recent years to hint at upcoming activity by the musician.
The Aphex Twin emblem was hand-drawn by Nicholson in 1991
Earlier this year, mysterious instances of the artist’s motto were recognized in spots across the world, in a guerrilla campaign for his EP Collapse, released after August.
All makes went on sale on 24 November via online accumulation Bleep and at their pop-up store on East London’s Kingsland Road, which is open until 29 November.
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