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Depeche Mode. Anton Corbijn, Art Edition A

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Illustrated By: Anton Corbijn

Published By: Taschen 2020 (London)

Depeche Mode. Anton Corbijn, Art Edition A Edition of 100, complete Brand New un-opened as new condition. Art Edition (No. 1–100), each signed by Anton Corbijn and Depeche Mode, with the photographic print SOFAD, London, 1992 signed by Anton Corbijn. In 1981 Anton Corbijn first formally photographed synth teen idols Depeche Mode in London and Basildon, Essex, for an NME cover; in the foreground the blurred singer Dave Gahan, the rest of the band standing behind him smiling in sharp focus. According to Corbijn, the band was, at the time, "too poppy” for his taste. Fast-forward five years and Depeche Mode were transforming their sound and looking towards something more edgy and brooding. Corbijn came on board to do one video and became the band’s de facto creative director, and since 1986 he has crafted all their photography, most of the videos, album graphics, and set designs. Depeche Mode by Anton Corbijn is a detailed illustrated history of how Corbijn’s timeless visuals and epic but honest aesthetic have helped cement Depeche Mode’s reputation as the biggest cult band in the world. 

Book Condition: As New

Size: Folio

Binding: Hardback

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