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A unique gift that cannot be bought in stores.
John Lennon - The Beatles 11oz coffee mug gift inspired by John’s iconic sunburst Riviera guitar. This very collectable design is unique to Rock’n’Roll Redux and is not available in stores. We use premium quality ceramic mugs manufactured, printed and fulfilled in both the UK or the USA to keep postage costs to a minimum and enable the fastest and most efficient delivery to you the customer.
Dishwasher and Microwave safe.
Start the day with a little bit of rock'n'roll. A perfect birthday present or Christmas gift for a John Lennon - Beatles fan. The large C-handle and wide mouth allow for easy, everyday use.
Perfect for coffee, tea and hot chocolate, this white, classic shape, durable ceramic mug in the most popular size employs high definition printing on all sides using ceramic inks that are 'fired on' at temperatures of up to 1200 degrees. A truly permanent imprint that will never fade or lose its glow.
John debuted his Epiphone Casino in 1965 on stage during The Beatles' appearance at the NME Poll Winners' concert held at the Empire Pool in Wembley, London, and both he and George continued to use them on the group’s last ever tour of Germany, Japan, and the U.S. in 1966.
In early ’68 after returning to London from Rishikesh, India, John and George had their Casino's sanded down, John using his newly stripped Casino throughout the sessions for the ‘White Album.’ With the completion of the album, promo clips were filmed for the two -sided single ‘Revolution / ‘Hey Jude’ where John is playing his natural sanded down Casino throughout. It made a second public appearance in 1968 during the filming of The Rolling Stones’ TV special, ‘Rock ’n’ Roll Circus’ when John performed ‘Yer Blues’ with Eric Clapton on guitar, Keith Richards on bass and Mitch Mitchell on drums. The following year, John’s Casino made its final Beatles appearance during the filming of ‘Let It Be’ and on January 30, 1969, it was John’s chosen guitar for the infamous performance on the rooftop of their Apple Corps office building, in Saville Row, London.
Designed exclusively for John7Arts / Rock'n'Roll Redux by multimedia artist David Lloyd, an alumni of Central Saint Martins School Of Art and the Institute Of Contemporary Arts in London.
Employing the Découpe (cut-up) technique in which written text is cut up and rearranged to create a different and perhaps unexpected new narrative, David Lloyd has employed shards of lyrics to give discerning fans an opportunity to engage in 'discover the songs' beneath a foreground featuring an iconic and classic guitar. The Découpe concept can be traced back to at least the Dadaists of the 1920s, but was popularised in the late 1950s and early 1960s by writer William S. Burroughs and later employed by David Bowie, Kurt Cobain and Thom Yorke. Each unique Rock’n’Roll Redux design ©2020 David Lloyd.
• High-quality mug makes the perfect gift for everyone.
• Design professionally and permanently printed on the mug
• The print will never fade no matter how many times it is washed.
• 100% Dishwasher and Microwave safe.
• Durable Ceramic Mug
• Capacity: 11 Fluid ounces
• Color: White