The Tree in Islington (hand tinted)

Tree in Islington1978
(11 negatives)
Mural for Pink Floyds Recording Studio.
Hand tinted by Hill Headland for Athena International in 1991 for a poster.

This is the newly renovated version of the hand tinted ‘Tree in Islington’ which was very badly damaged when Athena International printers ripped it off its thin mounting board to drum scan it for their poster in 1991!

‘Beauty emerges from the soil of the toils within which we exist, teeming with life, vibrant with the creative force. The energy and joy of creation is all around us.’ ( from the book ‘How Things Are’)

Mural Notes

When Hag  made this picture for Pink Floyd’s Britannia Road recording studio in Islington  North London.  (The studio is just out of frame in the picture to the right of the tree trunk).
It was intended to be where you hung your hats and coats etc. Coat hooks were going to be added to the tree. This never happened as nobody could bring themselves to drill holes in the 6’ x 9’ Mural print.

Hag added 7 things that people were supposed to discover when they hung there coats up.
This is a list of the things in increasing order of difficulty……..
1. Cupboard
2. Coats
3. Umbrella
4. Hags Eye
5. Daisy Dog
6. Beatle (sic)
7. Tree Nymph

If you click on the photograph above it will reveal a larger image  where all these things can be found.

(Link to Black & White Version)

This tinted version is not found in the book ‘How Things Are’

Combination print created by Hag by Combination printing.  Surreal photography

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