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MUSIC Dregen from Backyard Babies to release a collection of signed limited edition artwork prints

‘Sketches Of Sweden’ will be released in October this year and will be available to buy via Dregens online store. Check out some of his work here.

Published 27 SEP 2017 12:23PM




Dregen of, Backyard Babies, The Hellacopters & The Michael Monroe band (formerly) will be releasing a collection of his doodles/sketches in October of this year.


The prints all appear to be hand signed & limited to only 80 copies so if you want one you’ll have to be fast. The sketches seem to include idea’s for merch, artwork album covers, the Dregen Guitar pedal, a Michael Monroe logo(?) and even a chair designed by Dregen himself so they’re definitely unique and a one of a kind collection.



A friend of Dregens spotted the doodles and encouraged him to release them. They will be screen printed by hand on high quality 400 gram A3 Framex Paper and no re-prints will ever be made.



“I was skeptical in the beginning, but after some convincing, we picked out eight sketches that will come in two releases.

Each folder includes four sketches, numbered and signed by me” - Dregen




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