Stanley Donwood: If You Lived Here You’d Be Home By Now

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Stanley Donwood has just launched a new exhibition of work – If You Lived Here You’d Be Home By Now – at the Lazarides Gallery in London’s Soho. Here he talks us through how he employed a century-old engraving technique – “photogravure” – to create a series of darkly compelling etchings. As is often the case with Donwood’s chosen artistic process, the technique itself can takes a while to master. But, as you’ll see here, it’s been well worth the wait.

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