The first 20 prints of the #LP50 series

September 05 2012 . 12:13am

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Linkin Park and Known Gallery present LP50

August 13 2012 . 08:57pm

The tour started in Bristow, Virginia on August 11, 2012 and besides the music Linkin Park and Known Gallery have something special at each and every venue. LP50. 50 screen print posters at 50 venues by 50 different artists from around the world.

At each stop, you’ll find a limited-edition tour screen print poster designed just for your city.  The one above is the first poster of the tour by VICTOR REYES.  Every show will feature a different screen print poster by a different artist.  All in limited quantities, none will be reproduced after this run.

The first set of screen print posters are designed by: Stash, Anthony Lister, Estevan Oriol, Push, Todd Bratrud, George Thompson, Joshua Petker. Manny Sayes, ETNIK, Randy Ortiz, James Roper, Jamie Oliver, Sever, Axis, Augustine Kofie, Greg Craola Sinkins, Jeff McMillan, Dabs Myla and KMNDZ with 30 more artists to come.

Stay tuned for more images and more info.

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Jeffrey Deitch is down with The Seventh Letter and Frank151

September 01 2010 . 04:12am

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New LINKIN PARK artwork | Josh Vanover

August 13 2010 . 05:58pm

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July 26 2010 . 04:24am

Hey Casey…Thanks for reaching out. The pre-order went up today–we’re really excited. It’s the first time we’ve been able to sell direct-to-fan from our website, so we wanted to go big: if you buy anything (even the skate deck or the t-shirt), you get the digital version of the album for free. Everyone who buys anything gets that, plus access to presale concert tickets, so you get better seats (But you don’t need to worry about the seats thing–you know we’ll always have room for you and the crew at the show). And the digital versions of everything as early as humanly possible.

The skate deck is a real winner. Pro-level, skate-able quality, sick art. Hand signed by all the guys in the band, and limited to 1000 copies in the world. $99.99

As for A THOUSAND SUNS…The album is our most adventurous yet. We took a lot of risks on this one: some of the craziest sounds and a couple of the longest songs in our career. As a general idea, it’s kinda a response to what’s going on in popular music: too many people are focused on "singles" and putting things together in poppy, bite sized pieces…so we decided to do the opposite. We’re making a case for "the album." If someone wants to listen to it in pieces, it works that way…but they’ll be missing out on the experience you get on if you hear it as a whole. We really put our hearts into this one; I think it’s pretty special. It comes out on September 14th.


The pre-order for A THOUSAND SUNS is up at:

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