Giclée - Artist's stamp, Hand signed - 2018
|Title of artwork:||Who Gave You Permission To Do That To Me?|
|Signature:||Artist's stamp, Hand signed|
|Image size:||80×60 cm|
|Sold with frame:||No|
A truly beautiful piece from the artist SMALL FRY, from his first series entitled 'Who gave you permission to do that to me?'
This artwork is made up of numerous images of Ladybirds that have been graffitied on without permission. It's a comical statement on permission-less graffiti/street art, and who owns the final product.
A larger than normal piece, measuring 80cm x 60cm and printed on beautiful Hahnemühle - German Etching Stock 308gsm Fine Art paper, and forms part of a limited edition totalling just 40!
Signed, numbered (12) and with the artist's ID fingerprint on the reverse side.
This artwork is presented in perfect condition, having never been framed. Artwork will be extremely well packed in a sturdy postal tube.
I offer worldwide shipping using quality packing materials.
Catawiki member since September 13, 2016, received 9 reviews in total (9 in last 12 months)
|Feedback score:||100% (9 reviews)|
|(last 12 months)|
Lovely print! Looking forward to hanging it in my wall :D
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Fraser is fantastic! The parcel got lost in the mail and he sent me a new set of prints right away. Excellent!Thanks for being so patient Nico. Cheers, Fraser
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|Rest of Europe||$26.30|
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