Daydreaming with...UNKLE Presents The Road: Soho

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Daydreaming with...UNKLE Presents The Road: Soho
Art Exhibition tour by James Lavelle
LocationLazarides, 11 Rathbone Place, London
Start dateFebruary 20, 2017 (2017-02-20)
End dateFebruary 23, 2017 (2017-02-23)
WebsiteDaydreaming with

Daydreaming with...UNKLE Presents The Road: Soho was a show curated by James Lavelle in 2017 in celebration of UNKLE's The Road album. The exhibition featured work from "3D of Massive Attack, Futura, Doug Foster, John Isaacs, Norbert Schoerner, John Nolan, Nathan Coley, Ben Drury, Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones, Dexter Navy, Seamus Farrell and more".[1] A private preview was held on Thursday Thursday 19th January which was reviewed by the media before the show was opened to the public between 20th January – 23rd February 2017.[2]

Merch

Several prints and t-shirts were made available for sale at the exhibition, and in 2021 several of these were found and sold as part of UNKLE's "Arkhive" sale.

The original details and prices are:

  • Shroud Nine by James Lavelle and 3D - 50 cm x 50 cm print, edition of 25 - £200 incl. VAT (£166.67 exl)
  • Unkle Classic Pointman Logo (Glitter) - 50 cm x 50 cm screenprint on archival 270gsm paper, edition of 20 - £175 incl. VAT (£145.83 exl)
  • Unkle Classic Pointman Logo - 50 cm x 50 cm screenprint on archival 270gsm paper, edition of 20 - £150 incl. VAT (£125 exl)
  • Unkle Psyence Fiction Pointman Logo (Glitter) - 50 cm x 50 cm screenprint on archival 270gsm paper, edition of 20 - £175 incl. VAT (£145.83 exl)
  • Unkle Psyence Fiction Pointman Logo - 50 cm x 50 cm screenprint on archival 270gsm paper, edition of 20 - £150 incl. VAT (£125 exl)
  • Unkle Single Pointman Logo (Glitter) - 50 cm x 50 cm screenprint on archival 270gsm paper, edition of 20 - £175 incl. VAT (£145.83 exl)
  • Unkle Single Pointman Logo - 50 cm x 50 cm screenprint on archival 270gsm paper, edition of 20 - £175 incl. VAT (£145.83 exl)

Note: Each of the Pointman prints were available in five colours black, gold, silver, blue, and pink, and were signed by James Lavelle.

The 2021 merchandise list and prices are as follows:

  • PRINT - ORIGINAL UNKLE POINTMAN LOGO PRINT - 5 DIFFERENT COLOURWAYS - £40
  • PRINT - ORIGINAL PSYENCE FICTION POINTMAN LOGO - 5 DIFFERENT COLOURWAYS - £40
  • GLITTER PRINT - ORIGINAL UNKLE POINTMAN LOGO PRINT - 5 DIFFERENT COLOURWAYS - £40
  • GLITTER PRINT - ORIGINAL PSYENCE FICTION POINTMAN LOGO - 5 DIFFERENT COLOURWAYS - £40
  • LAZARIDES GALLERY EXHIBITION T-SHIRT - ORIGINAL POINTMAN LOGO (BLACK) - £10
  • LAZARIDES GALLERY EXHIBITION T-SHIRT - PSYENCE FICTION POINTMAN LOGO (BLACK) - £10
  • LAZARIDES GALLERY EXHIBITION T-SHIRT - PSYENCE FICTION POINTMAN LOGO (PINK) - £10
  • LAZARIDES GALLERY EXHIBITION T-SHIRT - PSYENCE FICTION POINTMAN LOGO (BLUE) - £10

Prints were listed as hand printed at Lazarides Gallery and signed by James Lavelle. They were 50 x 50cm and available in five colours, black, gold, silver, blue, and pink.[3]

Note: The naming of the prints in 2021 differed from the original gallery listings, and to make matters more confusing the glitter prints swapped names with the non-glitter prints so that the "Original Unkle Pointman" featured the same designed as the "Original Psyence Fiction Pointman" with glitter. While the same prints were called "Unkle Classic Pointman" and "Unkle Psyence Fiction Pointman" at Lazarides Gallery.

The 2021 listings also noted some t-shirts had errors, "Note. Some t-shirts may have off-center print positions and ink marks which are a result of the hand-made print process. Because of this the t-shirts are priced accordingly. Please see an example on the left."[4]

Images

See Also

Daydreaming with... - A listing of all Daydreaming With exhibitions

Build & Destroy Fragrance - Fragrance by Azzi Glasser installed at the exhibition

External Links

Daydreaming with website

Lazarides exhibition promotional PDF

Photos from exhibition

Photos and details on exhibition

Interview with James Lavelle and details of the exhibition

References