David's Polaroids artwork from 1982 to 1984
David Sylvian publications
Official publications by David Sylvian.
Excellent box with 96 page book and CD with the soundtrack of the installation of sculpture, sound and light by Russell Mills and David Sylvian at The Temporary Museum on Tokyo Bay, Japan (29.9.90 – 12.10.90).
Limited Edition 2012 Calendar – David Sylvian has created, for the first time, a calendar which is available exclusively via samadhisound. The 2012 calendar features David’s personal selection of his photographic work and was designed by David in collaboration with Chris Bigg. Spiral bound and measuring 24cm x 42.6 cm, the calendar is printed on rich, quality paper and released
Limited edition catalogue for the glowing enigmas exhibition by David Sylvian.limited to 1000 copies, printed on heavy, high quality paper. 55 black and white and colour reproductions of instant originals.
At the abandon/hope exhibition at the Spiral garden in Tokyo, a very beautiful exhibition catalogue was released. The book is a 2-volume set, one volume is “Abandon” (which features the Tokyo works), and the other is “Hope” (the Uno works) and was released in 3 versions.
Super rare Japanese release of the Perspectives book, covering his Polaroids artwork from 1982 to 1984. This book (only 500 printed!), as well as the regular UK release, contain colour prints of his polaroid collages, featuring many famous persons as subject of those collages like Steve Jansen, Holger Czukay, Yuka Fujii and Angus McBean.
Hypergraphia is published in a limited edition of 3,000 copies. An edition of 500 signed and individually numbered copies, by Sylvian and designer Chris Bigg, have sold out. Randomly included in the remaining 2,500 copies are 50 signed unnumbered copies.
First of three books, Like Planets, a photographic essay by Yuka Fujii. Hard cover, 260mm x 220mm Landscape. 170 pages. Designed by Chris Bigg in a limited edition of 1,500. The first 500 copies are signed and numbered by Yuka Fujii and David Sylvian. Randomly included in the remaining 1,000 copies are 15 signed unnumbered copies.