Taking inspiration from the rich stimulus of nature, Arborealis illustrates Stanley Donwood’s fascination with the formation of trees and their dominate power within forests and landscapes. The word Arborealis is a portmanteau of Arboreal, which refers to trees, and Borealis, which comes from Boreas, the god of the north wind. Donwood’s second instalment of his solo exhibition will be an exploration of these majestic flora and will present an incredible body of work dedicated to it.

Stanley Donwood is best known for his longstanding collaborative relationship with Radiohead’s Thom York, helping to form their striking visual identity. His expansive subject matter and evocative, often haunting imagery, has remained influential and relevant throughout the decades. Donwood has exhibited his distinctive works across the globe, created a record label and published numerous books. His most recent publication being ‘There Will Be No Quiet’; released with Thames + Hudson in 2019. Jealous is delighted to offer collectors, fans and enthusiasts a unique opportunity to own a piece of music history. The exhibition will showcase a selection of exceptionally rare and sought-after prints dating back throughout Donwood's career, many of which are taken from previously sold out editions and draw from a range of landmark projects.

Stanley Donwood has worked with Radiohead since 1994. His evocative and haunting imagery has created their distinctive visual identity. He has created the official artwork for Glastonbury Festival since 2002 and he has worked with Robert Macfarlane on the Faber bestseller ‘Holloway’ and art directed the film ‘the bomb’ produced by Eric Schlosser and Smriti Keshari, as well as countless book covers and numerous other projects. He is currently working on a book of linocuts titled 'Bad Island' which will be published by Penguin next Spring.