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Officially licensed The Beatles Record Store limited edition print by Dave Perillo

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If you are a fan of the Fab Four, you might want to add something on your calendar or in your diary for tomorrow, which is when this officially licensed The Beatles Record Store limited edition print by Dave Perillo goes on sale.


Dark Hall Mansion in conjunction with Apple Corps Ltd will release two versions of this print on Friday 22nd May, a limited edition six-colour screen print and a three-colour metallic variant in an even smaller number.

As for the artwork, that’s described as ‘Dave Perillo's unique take on a very special moment at a most everyday record store’, adding that it ‘catches The Beatles pausing before a record store window, a reflection on all accomplished and all that's yet to come’.

If you want either of the prints, you will obviously want to know the bottom line when it comes to price. For the standard print, that’s in a run of 280 pieces, each hand numbered and selling for $65.

If you want the metallic variant, that is also hand numbered, but limited to just 50 worldwide. You can secure that at $100. Also, a six-colour screenprint on foil will be produced in a run of just 10, selling for $150.

All prints go on sale at 9:30AM PST on the day of launch from the Dark Hall Mansion website and if previous editions are anything to go by, the prints should ship worldwide. But do check before ordering.

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