Muse, Green Day, Radiohead songs feature in new lyric artwork exhibition

Dry The River and Ben Howard are also set to play live to celebrate 200 years of Warner/Chappell

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Lyrics from classic songs from the likes of Muse, Green Day and Radiohead have been turned into artwork and are on display as part of an exhibition to celebrate 200 years of Warner/Chappell Music.

The exhibition is currently taking place at the StolenSpace gallery in east London, with all the prints on display also available for sale. Profits from any sale are being donated to charity. You can see examples of the artwork at the top and bottom of the page.

Other artists who feature in the exhibition include New Order, Led Zeppelin and REM.

As part of the celebrations, there will also be two free gigs at London's Rough Trade East venue. The first will feature Ben Howard and Dry The River and takes place on October 4. The second will be headlined by Michael Kiwanuka and takes place on October 5.

You can find out more information about the exhibition by visiting


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