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29/09/2012 18:33

To Express - Screen Print

SCREEN PRINT FOR SALE   http://onethirty3.com/index.php/shop/

The Lowry being my largest and most adventurous indoor painting to date was also just im-fucking-possible to photograph.  So unfortunately no record of the whole wall exists - just fractured, angled segments.  The Lowry produced a pack of postcards which in no way did our two weeks of hard work justice.  After getting the physical painting right on the walls of OneThirty3, I wanted to deal with the tangible side of things.  We produced one of the best screen prints I've ever had the pleasure of signing my name to.  The screen printers really did an exceptional job.  Its always a nerve racking moment when you open the first pack of prints or see the last colour being put down, unsure if this will live up to my expectations or leave me feeling like I should have gone on that photoshop course after all.  This print just works.  The ink, the colours, the two different varnishes - you can see the print jumping off the paper.

And now for the exciting bit:  

"To Express (YELLOW)"

10 colour, hand pulled screen print on 300gsm Somerset White Satin with 2 separate varnishes.  740mm x 520mm.  Edition 166, signed and numbered by the artist.  £225 plus P&P.  ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH  http://onethirty3.com/index.php/shop/

"To Express (SILVER)"

10 colour, hand pulled screen print on 300gsm Somerset White Satin with 2 separate varnishes.  740mm x 520mm.  Edition 33, signed and numbered by the artist.  £350 plus P&P.  ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH  http://onethirty3.com/index.php/shop/

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29/09/2012 17:48

To Express - OneThirty3, Newcastle

This marks the end of Hush's 2 year installation based art project.  This weird Northern outpost is the last culturally significant spot on the map before Scotland (and there's not many spots in Scotland).  Hush managed to lure a fantastic array of artists that if you didn't come across in the Baltic Centre, you would be very surprised to see in those ends.  From Paul Insect and Sickboy to Titifreak via Herakut and back again.  I wanted to re-visit the one part of my painting from the Lowry that I wasn't completely happy with.  To Express was the most free flowing of all the words and try as I might, the irregular angled shape of the wall continually threw out my sketches - from whatever angle you looked at it, it never looked right.  In Newcastle I wanted to see if I could make it work or perhaps come up with another lame excuse about angles and walls.  With the more sympathetic structure of flat walls, the flow of the letters did indeed work.  I left happy and with no need to look back.  

More images can be viewed here:  http://www.flickr.com/people/onethirty3/

03/09/2012 13:49

Grey Fade Oranges with Red Background - Screen Print Available

'Grey Faded Oranges'  

Edition 37, signed, hand pulled screen print wih deckled edge on 310gsm Somerset paper.  70cm x 70cm.   £350 plus shipping.  

To purchase please email sales@einesigns.co.uk with your full name and delivery address.  

We only have 15 of these prints left, sold purely on a first come, first serve basis and these are the last of any Oranges prints to be sold.  

If succesful you will be sent an email containing a link to a secure payment processor where you can pay by credit or debit card (excludes American Express), this will also contain details of your allocated edition number.  If you haven't heard from us within 7 days then your order was unsuccesful, due to the amount of enquiries we can't relpy to all unsuccesful requests individually.  The shipping costs are as follows:

UK: £12.00

EU: £14.00

USA: £20.00

ROW: £25.00

 

All prints will be shipped within 28 days.  

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