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The Beatles x Shag May I Introduce You limited edition prints


Dual appeal here, with both the artist and the band having a strong following. Which means these The Beatles x Shag May I Introduce You limited edition prints will be highly sought after at launch.

The imagery in question is, as you might have guessed, the Sgt Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band in the Yellow Submarine movie, with Shag adding his slant to the distinctive cartoon styling of the Fab Four.

Each print is sized at 20 x 28 inches, with each one individually numbered and signed by Shag. The standard run is a limited edition of 150 and will sell for $225. Due to expected, you'll need to register at the Dark Hall Mansion site if you want one - 150 will be selected at random to buy.

In addition, there are two exclusive colour variants being sold via the Beatles.com site, those being individually numbered and signed by Shag, limited to just 50 and 25 pieces. The orange colourway will sell for $500, with the other colour option at $750.

The latter two will be available from here from 10th September 2013 at 9:30 AM PST. Details of getting in the draw for the standard edition can be found here.


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