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New Print Release ’Giz A Buzz’

 
 



Available from 10/9/2015, we have a brand new print from Craig Everett (aka Rourke).

Date: 9th October 2015
LABELS: Canvas , Contemporary , Craig Everett , Figurative , Giz A Buzz , Gouache , Landscape , Limited Edition Print , Northern , Original Painting , Pop Art , Rogue Gallery , Urban Art

 
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’Dont break my Heart’ Print Release

 
 



Edition of 25, available now in the Edition Prints section

Date: 12th August 2015
LABELS: Canvas , Contemporary , Don't break my Heart , Figurative , Limited Edition Print , Pop Art , Rourke Van Dal , Stencil , Street Art , Urban Art

 
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Edie Sedgwick - Sirens NEW Series

 
 



A new series of work, a collection of Iconic Beauties, Glamorous, Breath taking Bohemians from all eras. Available as Spraypaints on Canvas at the moment, with Limited Edition Screenprints, later in the Year

Date: 20th June 2015
LABELS: Andy Warhol , Canvas , Contemporary , Edie Sedgwick , Figurative , Icon , Legends , Limited Edition Print , Original Painting , Pop Art , Rourke Van Dal , Sirens Series , Spray Paint Edition , Stencil , Street Art , Urban Art

 
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Craig Everett Paintings

 
 



Progress of latest paintings by Craig Everett. If you would like any more information, don’t hesitate to email.

Date: 4th May 2015
LABELS: Canvas , Contemporary , Craig Everett , Figurative , Landscape , Limited Edition Print , Northern , Original Painting , Painting Progress , Portrait , Street Art , Technique , Urban Art

 
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Artist’s Edition of Pipe Dreams by Craig Everett

 
 



New print by Craig Everett now available.
’Pipe Dreams’
Signed & Numbered Giclee Archival Print on 315gsm Paper
56cm x 70cm
Limited Edition of 10
Series/Version: Artist Proof ’Once Upon a Grime’
Price: £175


Date: 4th May 2015
LABELS: Contemporary , Craig Everett , Figurative , Landscape , Limited Edition Print , Once upon a Grime , Original Painting , Street Art , Technique , Urban Art

 
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Bowie - Print Release

 
 



Now available to buy, Bowie by Rourke Van Dal
Signed and Numbered limited edition Giclee print on 315g paper


Date: 19th March 2015
LABELS: Contemporary , David Bowie , Legends , Limited Edition Print , Original Painting , Pop Art , Portrait , Technique , Urban Art

 
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’Count on Me’ Print Release - Friday 21st Nov

 
 



’Count on me’
Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Archival Print on 315g Paper
Size: 56cm x 76cm Edition of 50 Price: £75.00

’Count on me’ portrays childhood, and how they respond and nurture the modern age of technology. we live in a world controlled by numbers and dingbats. I have a child with ADHD, and really finds it very hard to sleep, so I have spent hours with him while he decides to actually go to sleep. I can remember in the early days probably around in is first years of schooling, sitting with him on a night and for hours, doing sums with him. Cos he seemed to just not be able to get them out of his head. ’Befuddle’ and earlier picture is where I touched on this first., cos he seemed to do the same thing with Superheros, so dignbats, numbers, Advertising and comic book, on a childs mind depicted as there hair. is my reasoning behind these pictures.


Date: 21st November 2014
LABELS: Contemporary , Count on Me , Limited Edition Print , Pop Art , Stencil , Urban Art

 
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Bear with a Sore Head - Print Release

 
 



Novembers Print Release is ’Bear with a Sore Head’ Signed & Numbered Archival Print on 315gsm Paper

’The hats were first worn by British soldiers in 1815, following the defeat of Napoleon’s French Imperial Guards at the battle of Waterloo. The French grenadiers wore bearskins to appear taller and more intimidating, and Britain adopted the towering hats for soldiers in ceremonial duties and guarding royal residencies as a symbol of their victory.’
The standard bearskin of the British Foot Guards is 18 inches tall, weighs 1.5 pounds and is made from the fur of the Canadian black bear. However, an officer’s bearskin is made from the fur of the Canadian brown bear as the female brown bear has thicker, fuller fur and is dyed black. An entire skin is used for each hat.
In 1997, Minister for Defence Procurement Lord Gilbert said that he wanted to see bearskins phased out as soon as possible due to ethical concerns, but no replacement was available at that time.
In 2005, the Ministry of Defence began a two-year test of artificial fur for the hats. The army has already replaced beaver hats and leopard skins, worn by some of its soldiers, with artificial materials. In March 2005, Labour MP Chris Mullin called for an immediate ban on bearskin hats stating that they "have no military significance and involve unnecessary cruelty."
Animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has protested against the continued use of real fur for the guards’ hats, alleging that the animals are killed cruelly. For several years, PETA members have held demonstrations, including one at St. Peter’s Hill, near St Paul’s Cathedral, in 2006. PETA wants the fur hats to be replaced with synthetic materials and claims that the Ministry of Defence has not done enough to find alternatives. In February 2011, Joss Stone appeared in a PETA advert targeting the Ministry of Defence, showing the 23-year-old soul singer holding a teddy bear that covers her naked body and features the slogan ’Bear Hugs, Not Bear Caps’." Army officials say approximately 100 skins are taken every year from the annual cull of thousands of bears by native Inuit hunters in a Canadian government programme to keep numbers under control.


Date: 10th November 2014
LABELS: bear with a sore head , Contemporary , Limited Edition Print , Pop Art , Street Art , Urban Art

 
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Rourke Van Dal & LAB new print release

 
 



Screenprint released today in 4 different ways, Cyan, Magenta and White, also there will a Target version.

Date: 26th November 2010
LABELS: Adidit , Contemporary , Gavin Watson , Limited Edition Print , Pop Art , Skins & Punks Series , Urban Art

 
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