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The 27 Club - NOWhere Limited (Gallery Edition) by PNE release date:Thursday, October 1, 2009
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Post Neo Explosionism
'The 27 Club,' 
NOWhere Limited (Gallery Edition)
Serigraph (silk screen print)
Approximately 23 x 27 inches
Edition of 27
Signed and numbered by all 3 artists
$200 USD.

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ABOUT PNE:
Post Neo Explosionism (PNE) occurs when artists Justin Hampton, Emek and Jermaine Rogers collaborate! These 3 favorites of contemporary rock poster art collectors and the new pop art scene have each been working independently since the 1990's and began collaborating as PNE in 2002. From 2002-2005, PNE helped pioneer the idea of rock 'poster series,' by creating individual images to coincide with dates on a band's tour schedule. PNE made series for QOTSA, Audioslave and Built To Spill. 'The 27 Club' editions represent PNE's first collaboration on a fine art print.

ABOUT 'THE 27 CLUB'
"The imagery embraces one of the most enduring cult phenomena of rock music: the pantheon of influential musicians who passed from this mortal world at the age of 27."
- PNE

From left to right, this image pictures: Brian Jones, Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Kurt Cobain and the angel with devil wings in the background is the "Grandfather of Rock 'n' Roll," Robert Johnson.

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