Drew Millward is a Leeds-based artist who has done work for the likes of Mogwai, Sonic Youth, and The Brian Jonestown Massacre - as well as for the awesome Brudenell Social Club (possibly the best music venue in the UK). We're huge fans of his imaginative, detailed, and often borderline-terrifying drawings here at Norman Records and we're somewhat in awe of the poster he's created for us.
Also available as an A6 size postcard with accompanying gift voucher.
A3-sized poster by Drew Millward. Screen-printed by hand in four colours. Limited to 75, signed and numbered by Drew himself. One per customer. View large version.
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9/10 buckd61 Customer review, 22nd December 2014
Drew Millward is a superstar of the rock poster world. Check out Phish at Burgettstown 2012, MSG NYE 2013, the SPAC run in July 2013 (kicking myself for only buying night 3), the Las Vegas Halloween run 2014. And here he is at Norman's for only 20 earth pounds?! It's a steal. Even better, buy a gift voucher and you're getting a classic work of art for free, nada! Buy a voucher for £20, spend £20 on cool Norman's vinyl, then keep the voucher - what's not to like, it's a thing of beauty.
10/10 Badfleas Customer review, 7th December 2014
Ok, my first review at Norman Records and I’m reviewing a poster...But this ain’t no ordinary poster. This is a limited edition poster specially designed for Norman Records by Drew Millward. And who is Drew Millward, I can hear some of you whispering in doubt? Well, I had no idea before seeing the poster, and I still don’t have, I haven’t googled his name, I like to add some mystery to my life. Apparently the man has worked for some known people and he sure is an artist. The A3 poster is on high quality paper, numbered and signed by the artist himself, and it sure looks great on the wall. Hand printed in 4 colours (I would say black, red, blue and yellowish green, but surely these colours have more sophisticated names... hmmm, is black a colour?), you can see, smell and feel the texture of the paints. Much more than in most posters you can buy normally. And for the same price. More than that, it is a Norman Records poster, something that should touch you deeply if you’re browsing Norman’s catalogue right now and looking for the latest in music for your personal jukebox. I’m amazed it is still available to buy. When I first saw it I thought it would be sold out in minutes, like the never ending list of Sleaford Mods’ singles (keep them rolling, man, keep them rolling...), or even worst, like those releases of bands you have never heard about but somehow everybody seems to know and buy all the copies before you have the chance to realize how good they are... Do yourself a favour, feel like a Renaissance patron and invest in graphic art by buying this Drew Millward’s poster to decorate your ‘palazzo’, something to appreciate while listening to the latest musical releases you have also patron through Norman Records. Have I said there were only 75 copies printed, and that probably most of them are already gone?