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Due to popular demand is a reworked version of the “No More Heroes” tryptic:
“Carry Your Own Sins Missy”, “Animal Farm” and “Eat My Lies”.
These are a super low edition of 7 each due to a lot of hand finishing which includes gold leaf, oil paint and pencil detailing.
The release date is Thursday 25th at 13.00 BST.
… made with 6972 spray painted Lego pieces and finished with acrylic paint
(Size 94cm x 120cm)
Despite the title, this work represents Everychild and plays with the infinite futures that seem open to us as children. The use of lego creates a sense of nostalgia and echoes the sense of play and fun central to the image itself.
1208 handmade badges depicting erotic images, Nazi Germany and iconic Britain. Oil and acrylic paint with aerosol finishing.
(size 95 x 130 cm)
Featuring Kate Moss donning a hybrid of German & British war symbolism. “Verkäufe” is German for ‘sales’ and the work hints at an ever growing trend towards outlandish shock tactics in order to sell a product. In essence the work hints at the increasing relationship between war and profit.
… consists of 1,389 badges of Western cultural imagery interspersed with corporate logos, fast food and obesity.
The piece focuses on the supersized culture of modern society and our relentless greed for wanting bigger and better.
Superman embodies notions of goodness, physical beauty and power. The defacing of the image of superman questions the desires and aspirations that drive us all to believe that mass consumption will make us better human beings, leading fulfilled lives. Does ‘super’ necessarily mean good?