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David Shrigley

large Fancy Room Filled With Crap Tea Towel
EUR 40,00
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    100% Linen
    Height 70 cm, Width 50 cm
    Large Fancy Room Filled With Crap Tea Towel x David Shrigley by Third Drawer Down, a collaboration between Third Drawer Down and British artist David Shrigley. A 100% linen digitally printed tea towel featuring Large Fancy Room Filled with Crap by British artist David Shrigley. Art for your kitchen, your wall or maybe even your bathroom if you're feeling cheeky.
    The unparalleled David Shrigley. The English artist hails from Cheshire, a fellow countryman of Lewis Carrol's grinning Cheshire cat, and moves like a spinning top through all forms of artistic expression. Comic strip artist, graphic designer, writer, director, stylist. Above all a visual artist in the broadest sense, a Turner Prize nominee and selected for the Fourth Plinth Project, London's sculptural foundation on which he installed Really Good, his temporary personal vision of the concept of a monument represented by a hand in bronze with an erect and disproportionate thumb. Shringley moves with great ease from drawing to painting to sculpture, not least Brass Tooth, a copy of his tooth that he has produced several versions, although it is the first that is most widely appreciated and recognised around the globe. With a synthetic, direct and ironic touch verging on sarcasm, Shrigley is a real graffiti artist with a subversive soul, the successor to ridicule as a form of political struggle and social provocation.
Product code: 58042942CM