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More Details Announced for Brian Eno’s New Album

Small Craft on a Milk Sea Due Out November 2

Aug 23, 2010 Brian Eno Bookmark and Share

Warp has announced more details regarding legendary musician and producer Brian Eno’s upcoming album, Small Craft on a Milk Sea. Set to release on November 2nd, the album will include collaborations with Jon Hopkins and Leo Abrahams. Warp will also offer a limited edition heavyweight vinyl box set and a signed collector’s edition box set. The limited edition comes “packaged in a rigid, Birch paper-covered slipcase with printed and foil-blocked cover and spine.” It also includes a “high quality 12” square lithographic print of new Brian Eno artwork, printed on 352gsm Mohawk Superfine stock, presented in full-color, case-bound 12” cover.”

The signed collector’s edition also includes a print by Eno. His website describes it as such: “A one-off, entirely unique and customized 12” square silkscreen print by Brian Eno. A print application of the generative process that Brian has been developing throughout his career, each print will be a unique combination of screen printed elements by Brian Eno and Nick Robertson. Printed on 330gsm Somerset Radiant White stock, signed and numbered in pencil by Brian Eno. There are no duplicates. The printing process will be fully documented.”

Preorder information, as well as pictures of the special edition box sets, can be found on Eno’s here. And we have the album artwork here.


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September 18th 2010

What printing process is used to print on guitar picks?Is it screen printing, if so is there a special ink or process? Or is there a special machine for imprinting? Thanks

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