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      Tokyo Air

      Edition of 3050.0cm x 35.0cm x 0.1cm?
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      50.0cm x 35.0cm x 0.1cm
      • Type | Limited Edition
      • Medium | Prints > Screenprint
      • Style | Pop Art
      • Subject | Typography
      • Year | 2019
      • Edition | of 30
      • Size | 50.0cm x 35.0cm x 0.1cm
      • Ready to hang | No
      • Frame | No
      • Signed | Yes, Bottom left
      • Materials | 5 colour hand-pulled screenprint on 330gsm G.F. Smith paper.
      • Shipping | ships from United Kingdom by Tuesday, 24 May 2022

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      Redbellyboy

      Ewan Taylor, AKA Redbellyboy is a filmmaker and artist specialising in screenprinting. Originally from Aberdeen, Scotland, he studied at Edinburgh College of Art before moving to London, where he now lives with his brilliant wife, beautiful baby boy and constantly hungry cat. He works out of Print Club London in Hackney.He draws inspiration from pop culture, film, graphic design, loud music and tries to squeeze as much of it into his work as possible. His work comprises of bright colours, bold lettering, intricate designs and the odd, well placed swear word. He tries to add some humour into his work whenever possible and strives to connect with his audience through genuine, heartfelt language. In 2020 & 2021 Redbellyboy was selected by Print Club London to create a print for the iconic Katharine Hamnett 'Choose Love' charity campaign. In May & October 2021 he was selected by Saatchi Art to take part in The Other Art Fair, London. FAD magazine underlined him as one of the best five of the fair. His first solo show is currently on at William, The Farm in Soho London. Collectors include Caroline Quentin, Paul Whitehouse and Frankie Boyle.

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