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The apocalyptic artwork from Radiohead’s Kid-A is going on display

Stanley Donwood, the artist behind Radiohead’s haunting, dystopian album artworks, is selling six large-scale paintings he created for the band’s seminal album, Kid-A. Alongside drawings, lyrics, and digital art made around this era in the band’s history, the paintings will go on display this autumn at Christie’s London headquarters in an exhibition co-curated by Thom Yorke and Donwood entitled How to Disappear Completely.
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