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Our Lady of the Everything By Dan Hillier from Dan Hillier at art republic Free Worldwide Shipping
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Our Lady of the Everything By Dan Hillier

Our Lady of the Everything features a four armed mythical female created from wings and stars and patterns. In her front hands, she has a tiny human figure who is at her mercy. Contemporary artist Dan Hillier merges the old with the new to exquisite effect. Trawling through scraps of Victoriana - from wood cuts to etchings, engravings and anatomical drawings - Hillier layers the up pieces from the past in a digital collage process, producing an entirely unique aesthetic that treads the line somewhere between surrealism and neo-Victoriana.


Mad in England - Brexshit Special By Carrie Reichardt from Carrie Reichardt at art republic Free Worldwide Shipping
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Mad in England - Brexshit Special By Carrie Reichardt

Self-styled ‘craftivist’ Carrie Reichardt’s work intersects craft and activism, using mural, mosaic and screen-printing to forge a pioneering aesthetic. Inspired by the British tradition of subversive ceramics, her work is characteristically colourful, attuned to the tactile as much as the visual, incorporating text to convey a powerful message. ‘Mad in England - Brexshit Special’ depicts the image of a golden, gilt frame, containing a royal-red mosaic pattern, studded with eclectic imagery. Using white tiles for striking constant, Reichardt has created the image of the British crown with the words ‘Mad in England’ positioned underneath. Forget the jingoistic myth of ‘made in England’, Reichardt’s piece seems to say; the only thing that rhetoric has exposed is our own madness in the chaos of ‘Brexshit’. Here here!


Ice Cream Plaza By Bonnie and Clyde from Bonnie and Clyde at art republic Free Worldwide Shipping
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Ice Cream Plaza By Bonnie and Clyde

Bonnie and Clyde has mastered the art of mixed media collage, blending photography with fine art until the lines of distinction disappear. Her brightly coloured brushstrokes - often depicting modernist architecture, expanses of sea, and palm-tree lined streets - are reminiscent of early Hockney fine art, given an up-to-date twist with a bricolage technique and photomontage, employed to unrivalled effect. ‘Ice Cream Plaza’ depicts an elegant vista of Havana, Cuba - but not as you know it. An off-kilter collage of photographs creates a dizzying, almost surreal version of the Cuban city, which the artist has coloured in soft, 1950s ice cream shades and finished with a motif of black and white parlour tiles, in a knowing nod to the capital’s successful, socialist ice cream industry.


Midnight Moon By Lauren Baker from Lauren Baker at art republic Free Worldwide Shipping
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Midnight Moon By Lauren Baker

Lauren Baker is a multidisciplinary British artist, whose work explores the fragility and intensity of life. With a focus on energy, Baker’s work uses neon lights to express positive messages and mantras. Using her own handwriting, Baker skilfully shapes tube lights in an array of fluorescent colours, to shine a light onto our connections to life, love, and happiness. ‘Midnight Moon’ depicts the words ‘I Love you to the Moon & Back’, bent into Baker’s own cursive script, from neon tubes of ice-blue light and typeset into an endless ring of circling text. Set against an inky-black background, the words surround a dazzling disc of white glitter, like the orb of the moon in the void of outer-space. Beautiful and profound, Baker’s print is a gem of contemporary print making. Please note that this is a print only and does not include lights or neon elements.


Easyjet XL By Lucy Bryant from Lucy Bryant at art republic Free Worldwide Shipping
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Easyjet XL By Lucy Bryant

Lucy Bryant is a contemporary artist and graphic designer, whose work is influenced by Pop art and the Punk music scene. Responding to contemporary culture, Bryant’s art subverts the everyday and the banal, always striving to disrupt the ordinary and create something entirely new. Her recent series appropriates the classic, antiquated landscape painting: steering away from the iconic work of the masters, Bryant favours the unloved and the unknown, those over-worked pastiches of a Turner or a Constable, that fill the tables of junk shops. Onto these, Bryant has added anachronistic motifs to create a jarring and unexpected end result. ‘EasyJet’ depicts a painting dated 1837, which details knights returning from battle, trotting towards a Medieval cathedral in a leafy idyll. Overhead, an EasyJet plane glides through the air, carrying holiday-makers to Fairiki, while the gallant horsemen can only dream of sun, sea, and sex on the beach.


Tesco Local XL By Lucy Bryant from Lucy Bryant at art republic Free Worldwide Shipping
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Tesco Local XL By Lucy Bryant

Lucy Bryant is a contemporary artist and graphic designer, whose work is influenced by Pop art and the Punk music scene. Responding to contemporary culture, Bryant’s art subverts the everyday and the banal, always striving to disrupt the ordinary and create something entirely new. Her recent series appropriates the classic, antiquated landscape painting: steering away from the iconic work of the masters, Bryant favours the unloved and the unknown, those over-worked pastiches of a Turner or a Constable, that fill the tables of junk shops. Onto these, Bryant has added anachronistic motifs to create a jarring and unexpected end result. ‘Tesco Local’ depicts a sleepy 1800s village, complete with cobbled paths, cottages…oh, and a Tesco Local, a recent addition to solve all of those hard ships of country life like, ‘we’re almost out of quinoa!’ or, ‘have we bought The Guardian today?’.


Kraftwerks - Trans Europe Express By Tim Doyle from Tim Doyle at art republic Free Worldwide Shipping
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Kraftwerks - Trans Europe Express By Tim Doyle

Meet Tim Doyle, contemporary illustrator, print-maker and king of ‘nerd-cool’. Drawing inspiration from a life-long love of comic books and video games, Doyle creates prints of inimitable style that incorporate cultural icons - from the music industry to art-house film - into a graphic aesthetic like no other. ‘Daft Punk - Discovery - Silver Foil Variant’ uses Doyle’s original artwork for the Classic Album Sundays event poster. The image resembles a vintage film poster: think Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, with futuristic, sci-fi overtones. The head and shoulders of man in a red shirt sit at the centre of the print, his face removed to reveal machine parts, while eyeless, greyscale faces float around him. In bold tones of cherry-red and inky black, incorporating 1950s graphic designs, the print is visually compelling: an undeniable cult classic in the making.


Kraftwerks - Trans Europe Express - Variant By Tim Doyle from Tim Doyle at art republic Free Worldwide Shipping
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Kraftwerks - Trans Europe Express - Variant By Tim Doyle

Meet Tim Doyle, contemporary illustrator, print-maker and king of ‘nerd-cool’. Drawing inspiration from a life-long love of comic books and video games, Doyle creates prints of inimitable style that incorporate cultural icons - from the music industry to art-house film - into a graphic aesthetic like no other. ‘‘Daft Punk - Discovery - Silver Foil Variant’ uses Doyle’s original artwork for the Classic Album Sundays event poster. The image resembles a vintage film poster: think Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, with futuristic, sci-fi overtones. The head and shoulders of man in a red shirt sit at the centre of the print, his face removed to reveal machine parts, while eyeless, greyscale faces float around him. In bold tones of cherry-red and inky black, incorporating 1950s graphic designs ad finished with a mirrored, silver foil border, the print is visually compelling: an undeniable cult classic in the making.


Rolling Stones 1973 New Zealand Tour By Ian McCausland from Ian McCausland at art republic Free Worldwide Shipping
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Rolling Stones 1973 New Zealand Tour By Ian McCausland

Melbourne based artist Ian McCausland is famed for his iconic 1970s music posters for world famous rock bands. His aesthetic has a distinctly retro flavour, which has gathered a certain prestige over the years, like a fruity, vintage wine. McCausland is well known for his ‘Rolling Stones 1973 New Zealand Tour’ poster, which he has recently released as a limited edition print. The iconic poster depicts a cartoon image of a Kiwi, rooting around in the undergrowth, its long beak poking at the famous Rolling Stones lips and tongue, which sits amongst the scrub. Brilliantly capturing the country’s character, the print is bold, brash and inescapably cool: a must have for the Stones fan, the retro music collector, and anyone with a keen eye for the iconic.


Rolling Stones 1973 Australian Tour By Ian McCausland from Ian McCausland at art republic Free Worldwide Shipping
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Rolling Stones 1973 Australian Tour By Ian McCausland

Melbourne based artist Ian McCausland is famed for his iconic 1970s music posters for world famous rock bands. His aesthetic has a distinctly retro flavour, which has gathered a certain prestige over the years, like a fruity, vintage wine. McCausland is perhaps best known for his ‘Rolling Stones 1973 Australian Tour’ poster, which he has recently released as a limited edition print. The iconic poster depicts a cartoon image of plane shooting around the globe towards Australia, whose green landmass stands out in relief against the bright blue ocean. McCausland has imposed the famous Rolling Stones lips and tongue onto the country’s surface, as the plane heads into the open mouth, fantastically capturing the significance of the tour with style and panache. It’s bold, brash and inescapably cool: a must have for the Stones fan, the retro music collector, and anyone with a keen eye for the iconic.


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