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Grouper, the 1984 film Paris, Texas, and more inspired the Brooklyn-based songwriter’s latest project.
The artwork depicts the depicts the rapper holding his head in shame behind an American flag.
Five-track collection arrives in January.
More than 400 artworks will span everything from his work on the Tank Girl comic to his collaborations with Damon Albarn.
The follow-up to 2014’s Too Bright arrives in May.
Gerald Scarfe’s famed pieces created for the 1982 film adaptation have hit the market.
Installation would provide “visual relief” in the form of four balloon pigs.
Starboy cut “Party Monster” has also been revealed.
Reflections, fonts, and blacklights all reveal new layers to Jonathan Barnbrook’s design.
Sotheby’s auctioned off 267 pieces from the Starman’s personal collection of artwork.