Dead Children Playing
Stanley Donwood and the enigmatic Dr. Tchock are the elusive duo responsible for Radiohead's artwork. Featuring the apocalyptic scenes of the OK Computer album, the startling, sinister shadow of memory cast onto the present in the Kid A paintings, and the overwhelming information overload of Hail to the Thief's landscapes of conflict, Dead Children Playing presents some of the most iconic artwork of our time, and also highlights lesser-known paintings by the talented duo.
"I've read lots of his stuff and it's always good and I am in no way biased." Thom Yorke, lead singer of Radiohead
Stanley Donwood has collaborated on all Radiohead's artwork since the release of The Bends in 1995 and won a Grammy Award for Best Packaging/Artwork for the special edition of Amnesiac. Lately, his sequence of London Views can be seen accompanying Thom Yorke's Eraser. His books include Slowly Downward: A Collection of Miserable Stories, and Catacombs of Terror!: Cheap Thrilling Trash. He lives in Oxfordshire in the UK. Dr. Tchock is the lead singer and principal songwriter of the alternative rock group Radiohead.