SLASH: Limited-Edition Bust Sculpture Available

When legendary guitarist Slash (VELVET REVOLVER, GUNS N' ROSES) embarked on a solo career with his self-titled album, featuring collaborations with some of his favorite classic and up-and-coming singers, he asked artist Ron English to collaborate with him on the cover. Ron interpreted Slash's iconic skull with a top hat using Ron's unique glowing color technique in a boudoir atmosphere complete with guitar/derriere crossbones.

In response to the popularity of the album artwork, Ron English and Slash have worked together to create a limited edition fiberglass bust of the now iconic image. In collaboration with Garage Works, the prestigious sculpture house in Hong Kong, the English Slash bust is being released in a limited edition of 10, each signed and numbered by Ron English and Slash.

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