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  • Tags: Interwoven Band Symbols/Logos

Drawing copied from front cover of Psychic TV album "Force the Hand of Chance."

Drawing of skull labeled "PSW," acronym for "Power of the Spoken Word," a speed metal band from Lincoln, NE active from 1982-1985.

Grateful Dead skull drawing in black ink on notebook paper.

A T-Shirt design printed on a transparency, designed in 1988. Design features common Grateful Dead symbols such as a scarab and a rose, with "psychedelic" lettering, as well as Randall decorative flourishes such as crosses and paramecia.

A copy of the cover art of the British band Blur's single, "She's So High," details including the placement of the "Blur" logo embellished by Jeff Randall. Original art by Mel Ramos,

A version of a Grateful Dead logo with a background of differently colored interconnected wires or neurons. See also item # 134, "Grateful Dead Prezygotic Skull."

Randall screen printed this design onto t-shirts, which were worn for many years by his friends and family.

Around this colorful, densely packed drawing Jeff Randall wrote song lyrics from the band Ween, including excerpts from "Spiral Meningitis" and "Mutilated Lips."
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