Radiohead collaborator Stanley Donwood to curate Atoms For Peace “visual wonderland”



The Atoms For Peace Drawing Room pop-up to mark the band’s three night residency at London’s Roundhouse.

Creating an “immersive pop-up experience” that will be part-gallery, part-shop and “part hanging-out space”, longtime Thom Yorke collaborator Stanley Donwood – whose most recent work with the Radiohead frontman include covers for both his solo album The Eraser and Atoms For Peace’s debut LP on XL Records AMOK – will oversee the Drawing Room upstairs at The Enterprise, a stones throw from Camden’s Roundhouse venue.

Selling a selection of curiosities, exclusive vinyl and posters – many of which will be hand-printed on site – the pop-up will run from Wednesday 24th and Saturday 27th July between midday and 8pm.

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