Bob Dylan apologizes for fake signatures on his latest book

Bob Dylan apologizes for fake signatures on his latest book

Bob Dylan he apologized profusely after admitting it signed copies his last book was not actually signed by his hand, but a machine. However, these copies of Philosophy of modern song sold for a modest $600 each were presented as “hand signed” by publisher Simon & Schuster, which admitted the mistake a few days ago.

Even better, Bob Dylan would use the same process to sign screen prints of some of his latest artwork. Nevertheless, the 81-year-old artist, who explains this choice for health reasons, assures us that he will do everything to improve the situation.

Dizziness problem

“I have warmly signed every art print over the years and there has never been a problem. However, in 2019 I had problems with vertigo and it continued during the pandemic years. It took a team of five people working closely with me to make these signings possible, and we couldn’t find a safe and convenient way to complete what I needed to do while the virus was raging,” Bob Dylan explained in a message posted on Facebook.

“During the pandemic, it was impossible to sign anything and my dizziness didn’t help. With contractual deadlines looming, the idea of ​​using an auto-pen was suggested to me, believing that such things are done “all the time” in the world of art and literature. Using the machine was an error in judgment and I want to correct it immediately. »

Bob Dylan concluded by assuring that he is now working with his publisher and gallery to find a solution. However, considering that dizziness can appear when standing up, it is right to ask what prevented him from doing these dedications comfortably seated at his desk!

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