Atoms for Peace selling a wooden jigsaw puzzle designed by longtime Radiohead collaborator Stanley Donwood
Atoms for Peace fans that also happen to enjoy puzzles are in luck, as the Thom Yorke-fronted experimental outfit is selling a huge 192-piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of art designed by longtime Radiohead collaborator Stanley Donwood. If you think the puzzle bears some resemblance to the cover for Atoms for Peace’s debut album, “Amok,” it’s because Donwood also designed that cover art.
The puzzle, named “Lost Angeles,” is Los Angeles-inspired. The puzzle’s official description states, “Put L.A. back together again, sort of. 192-piece laser-cut wooden jigsaw. Comes in a box. Possibly the most expensive time wasting device you will see all year.”
“Lost Angeles” lists at £66.66 (around $105.38 in U.S. currency).
In other band news, Atoms for Peace – which also features Red Hot Chili Peppers bass player Flea, Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, percussionist Mauro Refosco and drummer Joey Waronker – are currently on a North American tour in support of “Amok.” For the full list of tour dates, head to the group’s official website.
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