From the 1984 album by Ian A. Anderson's band Tiger Moth. Ian also published the magazine Folk Roots. Matthews had previously designed a couple of album covers for Anderson, both of which had an element of humour, so thought 'why be different with this one?' The gigantic tiger moth plays a romantic dance number for the ladybird and friend, while a Tiger Moth biplane gives a timely flypast.
'A Caucus Race' depicts the Dodo standing upon a rock watching Alice and the many strange and wonderful creatures trying to “race” themselves dry after a...View full product details
'A Study of Smaug' is Matthews' interpretation of the ever popular villain from The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien. Full Title: 'A Study of Smaug' Edition: open edition giclée...View full product details
'A View Over Isengard' adorned Bo Hansson’s The Lord of the Rings album on Charisma Records in 1979. John Howe, one of the principal concept designers...View full product details
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