Thursday, 3 December 2020

Jon Brooks - How to Get to Spring. Prints, Cards and Cups.

 

 Jon Brooks - How to Get to Spring
Third Pressing with new cover variant on pale blue vinyl.
300 hand numbered copies.
Exclusive to Clay Pipe and Transmission.
 
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Transmission Records in Margate have made Jon Brooks - How to Get to Spring, their record of the year.
 
We’ve been huge supporters of Clay Pipe Music since we opened the shop in 2015. One of our favorite labels that consistently releases both beautiful sounding and looking releases, and from the moment we first heard the latest Jon Brooks release in April we knew it was a contender for our ALBUM OF THE YEAR 2020. It’s a beautiful piece of music, an organic electronic meditation on the changing of the seasons that is full of hopefulness and warmth, it’s melodies weaving in and out of tracks like sunlight peeking through a cloudy morning. This record has given us a tremendous amount of joy this year (and if we ever needed that it was in 2020) and we are thrilled to be able to bring you an exclusive repress featuring not only brand new cover art but also on an exclusive colour. This edition is a hand-numbered edition of 300 and comes complete with a download card.
 
 
 
 
A3 Giclee Print of David Boulters Yarmouth.
Edition of 25 signed and numbered copies.
On Hahnemühle German Etching paper. 
SOLD OUT

 
  
 
A3 Risograph print of the Tawney Owl on the back of Jon Brooks Shapwick.
30 Signed and numbered copies. 
 SOLD OUT



 
A3 Giclee print of Gilroy Mere's - Adlestrop (Chocolate Livery)
Edition of 20 signed and numbered copies.
On Hahnemühle Photo Rag Pearl paper.
(Please note this has a silk texture)
 £30 + P&P
 


 A3 Giclee print of Gilroy Mere's - Adlestrop (Red Livery)
Edition of 20 signed and numbered copies.
On Hahnemühle German Etching paper. 
SOLD OUT

 
 
 
 
Japansese style Clay Pipe beer cup.
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These hand thrown Japanese beer cups are a collaboration between Yoshi at NyankoPots and Frances at Clay Pipe. Each one is a limited one-of-a kind piece, the cups were designed and glazed by Yoshi and the pipe decoration was hand-painted by Frances.  Each cup holds half a pint of beer and comes with a traditional Japanese style dimpled back for easy handling. They are dishwasher safe, but hand washing is recommended.