‘Emergency on planet earth’ Keith’s 12” Collection
About this piece: ‘Emergency on planet earth’ Keith’s 12” Collection. Emergency on Planet Earth is the debut album by the British funk and acid jazz band Jamiroquai, released in 1993. This influential record served as a powerful fusion of funk, soul, and dance music. With hits like “When You Gonna Learn” and “Too Young to Die,” Emergency on Planet Earth delivered a socially conscious message while keeping listeners grooving to infectious beats. The album’s unique blend of captivating melodies, energetic rhythms, and Jay Kay’s soulful vocals garnered widespread acclaim. Explore the musical landscape of Emergency on Planet Earth and discover Jamiroquai’s innovative sound that continues to captivate audiences to this day.
Part of a new collection of high quality Giclee prints. As a huge fan of the iconic artist Keith Haring, TBOY reimagined what it would be like if Keith had designed the artwork for some of the most influential albums ever made, Keith’s 12 inch collection was born! If you are interested in a particular Album that isn’t currently available please contact us regarding bespoke artwork.
Each album cover is giclee printed onto 300 gram Snowdon art paper and presented in a black frame. Signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity.
Now available in a choice of sizes: Original 30.5cm (edition of 20), 60cm (edition of 10) and a 75cm version (edition of 3).
TBOY studied at Worthing college of art and design, first in fine art and then continuing on to 3D design. Influenced by iconic people , music, gaming and moments in time, TBOY’s work has sold all over the world. His work has been exhibited in London, Manchester, Brighton and New York. TBOY is obsessed with detail and finish in his work and likes to mix thought provoking messages and humour with an increasing focus on one off and limited runs.
Size and Edition:
12in (30.5cm) edition of 20
23.6in (60cm) edition of 10
29.5in (75cm) edition of 3
(For confirmation of the Edition number, please contact the Gallery for further information).