'TOO BAD'

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$ 1,940.00
60.0cm x 90.0cm x 3.0cm
  • Type | Original Art
  • Medium | Paintings
  • Style | Pop Art
  • Subject | Typography
  • Year | 2016
  • Size | 60.0cm x 90.0cm x 3.0cm
  • Ready to hang | Yes
  • Frame | Yes, painted steel
  • Signed | Yes, back of frame
  • Materials | Glass, 23-carat gold leaf, enamels, steel
  • Shipping | ships from United Kingdom by Thursday, 01 October 2020

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Archie Proudfoot

London-based artist Archie Proudfoot is one of the leading figures in the resurgence of sign painting and typography. Archie’s bold use of block colour, paired with his Pop Art style, makes for attention-grabbing pieces of art. Fascinated with the relationship between visual art and language, as well as our own interpretation of language, Archie sets out to create work that is direct and probing. The instinctive nature of Archie’s process evokes an immediate response from the viewer, as the simplicity of the subject matter presents art that is open to interpretation.

Archie Proudfoot’s Career

Archie started sign painting after graduating from University with a degree in English Literature and a longing for a creative outlet. Sign art provided the perfect solution as it combined language with painting. It was the discovery of Steve Powers’ art that inspired Archie to pursue this genre of art, and although sign art was only in the early stages of its renaissance, it wasn't long before Archie was painting shop signs and murals.

Projects

Over the last few years, Archie’s unique visual language has made its way around London, decorating the signs and windows of shops, hotels, cafes and bars and collaborating with the likes of Facebook, Instagram and Creative Review. Archie recently designed a selection of mugs for a Tate collection. The brief was to design an alphabet that made every letter distinct from the next. With his signature style, Archie reinvented the aesthetic of traditional signage to create a collection of vibrant and dynamic letters.