Stanley Donwood's work features on a lot of people's walls and shelves. And yet many wouldn't even know his name. As the man responsible for conceptualising English rock band Radiohead's album covers and associated artwork since 1994, we're pretty excited to see his work on display at Sydney's Carriageworks from today until June 6 as part of an interactive exhibition, The Panic Office.

Hosted by Semi-Permanent, Australia's most seminal design and arts event, the exhibition will show Donwood's artworks in the thousands, including era-defining Radiohead album covers such as In Rainbows, OK Computer and Hail to the Thief as well as previously unseen original paintings, prints and drawings.

The exhibition will also showcase a number of Donwood's artworks for Thom Yorke's solo albums and Atoms For Peace. Visit for details.

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On now: Radiohead designer Stanley Donwood exhibits at Carriageworks

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