Sunday, December 11, 2016

Soundwaves Art fundraiser

From Soundwaves:

Limited edition artwork by Tim Wakefield.

Created by digitally manipulating, shaping and coloring sound waves generated in the studio recording of legendary songs. Signed by collaborating music icons.

Artwork featured here is benefiting a number of incredible charities chosen by the musicians through Wakefield's own Soundwaves Art Foundation. (see more below.) Each artwork is hand signed by the musicians and the artist and numbered with a certificate of authenticity.

$400 The Cure

2016 sees the 40th Anniversary of The Cure's formation. One the the world's most enduring bands selling an estimated 27 million albums, they were voted best British Band at the 1991 Brit Awards. Robert Smith chose "Underneath The Stars," for his artwork. Robert signed 50 prints on archival paper in 2009. These prints are now extremely limited. Printed on fine art paper. 28 x 28 inches.

2 out of 10 claimed
Estimated delivery: December 2016


  1. *sigh* 'Underneath The Stars' is one of my favourites. Hopefully it'll be played in London? But I digress, that soundwave looks like a butterfly. Its beautiful.

    1. I totally agree with you... It definitely resembles a butterfly in a celestial, "supernova-ish" kind of way. If I wasn't so freaked out by needles,I would have this tattooed on my back :)

  2. This program brought to you In Living Color by NBC...

    That said, Underneath The Stars is one of my all-time favorite Cure songs, and they haven't played it since Coachella in 2009. It was played by the four-piece Cure for around 8 months and that was it. With Porl's guitar missing and with keyboards having since returned, I don't really think they're up to the task.