StormStudios Design
Muse: Absolution

Edition size: 10 Print Size: 60” x 60”
Gicle?e Print made by Coriander Studios
Design and photography – Storm Thorgerson and StormStudios

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"Muse’s album absolution was a powerful affair. Muse’s drummer Dom had seen our sketch of flying people but in a completely different context and asked if it could be adapted and interpreted more to their tastes. The image derives in part from “Where the Wild Things Are”. I think Dom felt they were the lost or even the last souls leaving forsaken earth, and that witnessing such a magical event bestowed absolution on the viewer - how I personally feel on seeing shooting stars." - Storm Thorgerson
"Muse’s album absolution was a powerful affair. Muse’s drummer Dom had seen our sketch of flying people but in a completely different context and asked if it could be adapted and interpreted more to their tastes. The image derives in part from “Where the Wild Things Are”. I think Dom felt they were the lost or even the last souls leaving forsaken earth, and that witnessing such a magical event bestowed absolution on the viewer - how I personally feel on seeing shooting stars." - Storm Thorgerson

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