This is a limited edition signed print made from the original Supersize 3D painting by artist Morgan Howell. Morgan creates original paintings of classic seven-inch singles. This print is from his painting of the cover sleeve for Black Sabbath’s 1970 single ‘Paranoid'. It features the artwork with the following wording underneath
‘After seeing a large queue waiting to see the Boris Karloff film 'Black Sabbath,' the 'Earth' band changed its name in August 1969, deciding to create the musical equivalent of horror films. 'Paranoid' was written in the studio at the last minute. As Bill Ward explains: "We didn't have enough songs for the album, and Tony Iommi played the (Paranoid) guitar lick and that was it. It took twenty-five minutes from top to bottom." The single was released ahead of the album in September 1970 reaching #4 in the UK.’
This print is available in a limited edition of 75.
Our pictures show both the framed and unframed options plus the original Supersize painting that the limited edition print was made from. The framed option is framed to order in a high quality, black wood grain frame with gallery quality perspex. The print will be strung and arrives ready to be hung.
Framed size: 59cm x 43cm
Unframed size: 48cm x 33cm
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