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Treescape 10 By Rob Wass from Rob Wass at art republic Free Worldwide Shipping
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Treescape 10 By Rob Wass

In this intricate artwork a line of trees with bare branches flow across the page with dark ink running along the middle grounding them. Each tree is a different colour and their branches intertwine to make a delicate web. At first glance the tress are reflected above and below the line but on closer inspection both lines of trees are unique. Rob Wass is an exceptionally gifted artist known for his abstract cityscapes, birds and butterflies. Experimenting with materials, he creates vibrant artworks that fuse nature, architecture and geometry. His work balances delicate lines and texture with beautiful bright colours.


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Treescape 9 By Rob Wass

This panoramic features a line of trees of different colours some in leaf some bare branches. Underneath appears to be a reflection of the trees but on closer inspection they are all unique. Controlled use of ink is combined with drips and sunning ink to create a sense of dynamism and life in each tree. Rob Wass is an exceptionally gifted artist known for his abstract cityscapes, birds and butterflies. Experimenting with materials, he creates vibrant artworks that fuse nature, architecture and geometry. His work balances delicate lines and texture with beautiful bright colours.


Untitled - Grey Liz Taylor By Steve Smythe from Steve Smythe at art republic Free Worldwide Shipping
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Untitled - Grey Liz Taylor By Steve Smythe

The work of Steve Smythe is flavoured by his background as a graphic designer. Smythe’s prints - which make deft use of mixed-media techniques, collage styles, and material innovation - are distinguished by their bold use of colour and compositional practices, crossing the line from graphics to art in the style of early Warhol or Paolozzi. ‘Untitled - Grey Liz Taylor’ depicts the famous face of Hollywood starlet Elizabeth Taylor, rendered in black and white ben-day dots and washed with a deep shade of charcoal-grey. A striking use of 1960s Pop Art techniques, brought up-to-date with a contemporary twist, Smythe has created a distinctive and arresting aesthetic.


Untitled - Magenta Liz Taylor By Steve Smythe from Steve Smythe at art republic Free Worldwide Shipping
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Untitled - Magenta Liz Taylor By Steve Smythe

The work of Steve Smythe is flavoured by his background as a graphic designer. Smythe’s prints - which make deft use of mixed-media techniques, collage styles, and material innovation - are distinguished by their bold use of colour and compositional practices, crossing the line from graphics to art in the style of early Warhol or Paolozzi. ‘Untitled - Magenta Liz Taylor’ depicts the famous face of Hollywood starlet Elizabeth Taylor, rendered in black and white ben-day dots and washed with a bright and bold shade of hot-pink. A striking use of 1960s Pop Art techniques, brought up-to-date with a contemporary twist, Smythe has created a distinctive and arresting aesthetic.


Untitled - Fluorescent Liz Taylor By Steve Smythe from Steve Smythe at art republic Free Worldwide Shipping
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Untitled -  Fluorescent Liz Taylor By Steve Smythe

The work of Steve Smythe is flavoured by his background as a graphic designer. Smythe’s prints - which make deft use of mixed-media techniques, collage styles, and material innovation - are distinguished by their bold use of colour and compositional practices, crossing the line from graphics to art in the style of early Warhol or Paolozzi. ‘Untitled - Fluorescent Liz Taylor’ depicts the famous face of Hollywood starlet Elizabeth Taylor, rendered in black and white ben-day dots and washed with a complementary blocks of charcoal-grey against fluorescent pink. A striking use of 1960s Pop Art techniques, brought up-to-date with a contemporary twist, Smythe has created a distinctive and arresting aesthetic.


Untitled - Gold Liz Taylor By Steve Smythe from Steve Smythe at art republic Free Worldwide Shipping
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Untitled - Gold Liz Taylor By Steve Smythe

The work of Steve Smythe is flavoured by his background as a graphic designer. Smythe’s prints - which make deft use of mixed-media techniques, collage styles, and material innovation - are distinguished by their bold use of colour and compositional practices, crossing the line from graphics to art in the style of early Warhol or Paolozzi. ‘Untitled - Gold Liz Taylor’ depicts the famous face of Hollywood starlet Elizabeth Taylor, rendered in black and white ben-day dots and washed with an iridescent shade of rose-gold. A striking use of 1960s Pop Art techniques, brought up-to-date with a contemporary twist, Smythe has created a distinctive and arresting aesthetic.


Crimes Never Pay 3 By Steve Smythe from Steve Smythe at art republic Free Worldwide Shipping
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Crimes Never Pay 3 By Steve Smythe

The work of Steve Smythe is flavoured by his background as a graphic designer. Smythe’s prints - which make deft use of mixed-media techniques, collage styles, and material innovation - are distinguished by their bold use of colour and compositional practices, crossing the line from graphics to art in the style of early Warhol or Paolozzi. ‘Crimes Never Pay 1’ employs bricolage technique to exceptional success. Smythe has created a magazine cover by juxtaposing fragments from different vintage comics: beneath the title ‘Famous Crimes’, a fierce warrior woman rides a tiger through a metropolis. Set against a hot-pink background, Smythe has created the print in a monochrome palette, adding lashings of black spray-paint to bring image, colour and typography into perfect compositional union.


Crimes Never Pay 2 By Steve Smythe from Steve Smythe at art republic Free Worldwide Shipping
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Crimes Never Pay 2 By Steve Smythe

The work of Steve Smythe is flavoured by his background as a graphic designer. Smythe’s prints - which make deft use of mixed-media techniques, collage styles, and material innovation - are distinguished by their bold use of colour and compositional practices, crossing the line from graphics to art in the style of early Warhol or Paolozzi. ‘Crimes Never Pay 1’ employs bricolage technique to exceptional success. Smythe has created a magazine cover by juxtaposing fragments from different vintage comics: beneath the title ‘Famous Crimes’, a fierce warrior woman rides a tiger through a metropolis. Set against a white background, Smythe has created the print in a monochrome palette, adding graphic highlights in neon pink, to bring image, colour and typography into perfect compositional union.


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Crimes Never Pay 1 By Steve Smythe

The work of Steve Smythe is flavoured by his background as a graphic designer. Smythe’s prints - which make deft use of mixed-media techniques, collage styles, and material innovation - are distinguished by their bold use of colour and compositional practices, crossing the line from graphics to art in the style of early Warhol or Paolozzi. ‘Crimes Never Pay 1’ employs bricolage technique to exceptional success. Smythe has created a magazine cover by juxtaposing fragments from different vintage comics: beneath the title ‘Famous Crimes’, a fierce warrior woman rides a tiger through a metropolis. Set against a brown-paper background, Smythe has created the print in a monochrome palette, adding spray-painted highlights in neon shades of pink, orange, and red, to bring image, colour and typography into perfect compositional union.


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