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Musical Chemistry Prints from The RockPot

If you want something music-related, but more intriguing than album artwork or band photos for your wall, then The RockPot's Musical Chemistry Prints are worth a look.

The idea behind the designs is defining what was that special something that made the best bands so great - their special chemistry, if you will.  So what better way to illustrate this than through chemical symbols? Although to make them work, some liberties have been taken with the science.

The picture above shows how The Smiths worked - bringing together Morrissey and Marr, with smaller contributions from Rourke and Joyce. Prices range from £33 to £88 for a print of this depending on the size.

Below is the one showing The Beatles relationship - some collaboration between McCartney and Lennon with Harrison and Starr doing their own thing. This one is available as a limited edition screen print for £95 as well as the prints.


Visit The RockPot to see series.

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