We are proud to announce the issuing of the fourth limited edition silkscreen print by JG Thirlwell, entitled Pomoscape #4. This gorgeous art piece is a signed and numbered four-color screen print in Thirlwell’s signature palette of black, red, white and gray. It is printed on French 100lb cover paper, and is 24″ x 18.” which makes it easy to place in a standard sized frame. You can order the print here
The artwork is in a very small edition of 75, but only 60 copies will be made available in the Foetus Shoppe. The print sells for $75.00 plus flat postage and packaging fee of $15 in the US, $20 in Canada and $26 in the rest of the world. Since the print ships in a tube by itself, when ordering the print you cannot order other items in the same shipment. Other items (CDs, T-shirts, vinyl, tote bags, digital) must be ordered separately.
Ectopic Ents is proud to announce the release of the Manorexia t-shirt. Celebrating JG Thirlwell’s acclaimed instrumental project, the Manorexia shirt has a two color design, with white lettering on a gray mortar and pestle, making it a perfect conversation starter for your next cocktail party or doctor visit. It is printed on a black Canvas brand soft cotton shirt, and is available in small, medium, large, XL, XXL and XXXL. Also available is the Manorexia tote bag, The handsome cotton tote bag features the Manorexia logo in white with a half-tone mortar and pestle on a black bag and is the perfect size for carrying vinyl, or anything else your heart desires. JG Thirlwell encourages you to use your tote instead of getting plastic shopping bags at your grocery store!
They’re available right here at the Foetus Shoppe.
I am deeply saddened by news of the death of Daniel Langdon Jones. Dan started the foetus.org website back in 1995 and maintained in tirelessly for years. He started it on his own as an enthusiast, without my knowledge, and when i first encountered the site, the info on the exhaustive discography contained releases I didn’t even know about. I contacted him and foetus.org became the “official” conduit of JG Thirlwell-related info on the internet, which I contributed to. He continued the run the site and we became good friends. We would correspond and talk on the phone regularly, and get together when we were in the same town. He traveled some distances to come to some of my shows. When I started the online Foetus shoppe, Dan also ran that for some years.
He bowed out from running the site some years ago but we kept in touch. Dan was generous, warm, had a great sense of humor and a sometimes sardonic view of the world. In recent years he looked after a lot of the neighborhood cats that roamed near his house in Georgia. In one of our last communications, about a week ago, I asked him to say hi to the cats. He replied “I said hello to all the cats for you, but they seemed unimpressed.” He also dug his road trips and visits to Vegas.
The other night I dedicated my show with the Great Learning Orchestra to him, as I had heard the news that morning.
My heart goes out to his family in this sad time.
JG Thirlwell March 2017
Photo of DL Jones by John Hubbard