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  1. So I am in the process of moving and I found an original ink drawing someone did of the Led Zeppelin IV cover art: The Old Hermit. I bought it from an older lady who’s son had won it in a radio contest a long time ago. Sadly the son passed away while still young and the lady was now moving into assisted living. I forgot about it and honestly...I didn’t know what it was till I found it in the back of a closet and through it in the bin and my friend went diving head first after it. Anyways I guess I’m trying to find out what it actually is. It’s pretty old and is hand drawn with ink. It’s signed
  2. Hi everyone I've been a long time reader of the forum but finally decided to join today and contribute. This is my 'go to' place on the net for LZ, you guys are goldmine of info. One thing that has always intrigued me, is the location of the urban scene that makes up part of the Led Zep IV artwork. This question gets asked quite often on the internet and the oft repeated fact is it shows Butterfield Court in Dudley. As I pass this place quite often I've never been satisfied that this is correct. Having too much time on my hands the last couple of days I decided to see if I could find the
  3. The longer I've been listening to ROIOs it seems I have subconsciously been partially assessing of quality based on the artwork i.e. great artwork means great performance and great recording quality. I guess it seems a little silly but, for example, I see one of Liquid Led's new releases I'm virtually hooked right there. Of course more recent remasters often sound better due to the increasing sophistication of the apps, but we all know there's no guarantees. Anyhow, here's a few examples to cheer up your day - if there are too many, apologies, I need to get to know the forum guidelines a b
  4. Here's a pencil drawing from back in the day...around 1978 or so (high school art class)
  5. Hello! I would like to share my Led Zeppelin III denim jacket from 1985 (my high school days). My cousin's friend from Hicksville, NY was a wonderful artist. To make extra pocket money for concerts, pizza, beers and Acapulco Gold he would paint album covers on to denim jackets for his friends. I asked him if he paint the album cover from Led Zeppelin III on to my Levi's denim....he was blown away that I asked him...but very up to the challenge. This was his all time favorite album cover! He told me that kids always commissioned him to paint Led Zeppelin I and II. The only problem was I
  6. I am a designer and I have just started doing some Led Zeppelin artwork that will include pictures of them as well as lyrics and some of their own artwork, can anyone help me with what I need to do to get permission before I think about publishing?
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