T A B L E T S now shipping

The first 4 sets of ┬áT A B L E T S are now ready for shipping. This initial wave includes Surfer Rosa #1, Nimrod’s Son, Spike and Monkey Gone To Heaven. Please go here for the info.

Shown below is Surfer Rosa #1

This is the Tablet Edition Surfer Rosa I by Simon Larbalestier. This photograph was used on the cover of the 1988 LP Surfer Rosa by US band the Pixies. One of a finite and exclusive worldwide limited edition of 2,000 Tablets, it measures 90mm x 72mm x 23mm and is supplied in a bespoke presentation box which contains the Tablet and a hand-signed, individually numbered certificate of authenticity, which includes Simon Larbalestier's personal recollections of the story behind this classic image.

This is the Tablet Edition Surfer Rosa I by Simon Larbalestier. This photograph was used on the cover of the 1988 LP Surfer Rosa by US band the Pixies. One of a finite and exclusive worldwide limited edition of 2,000 Tablets, it measures 90mm x 72mm x 23mm and is supplied in a bespoke presentation box which contains the Tablet and a hand-signed, individually numbered certificate of authenticity, which includes Simon Larbalestier's personal recollections of the story behind this classic image.

This is the Tablet Edition Surfer Rosa I by Simon Larbalestier. This photograph was used on the cover of the 1988 LP Surfer Rosa by US band the Pixies. One of a finite and exclusive worldwide limited edition of 2,000 Tablets, it measures 90mm x 72mm x 23mm and is supplied in a bespoke presentation box which contains the Tablet and a hand-signed, individually numbered certificate of authenticity, which includes Simon Larbalestier's personal recollections of the story behind this classic image.

This is the Tablet Edition Surfer Rosa I by Simon Larbalestier. This photograph was used on the cover of the 1988 LP Surfer Rosa by US band the Pixies. One of a finite and exclusive worldwide limited edition of 2,000 Tablets, it measures 90mm x 72mm x 23mm and is supplied in a bespoke presentation box which contains the Tablet and a hand-signed, individually numbered certificate of authenticity, which includes Simon Larbalestier's personal recollections of the story behind this classic image.

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