The Yuletide Fundom Demolition sale rumbles on…

So it’s a few days closer to Christmas and we’re here still here to help out with the Christmas shopping. We’ve got a few more pieces for our Yuletide Fundom Demolition sale starting at the austerity measures price of just 99p.


Hug Me Before I Cry

First up we have ‘Hug me before I cry’ which depicts a sad and desperate looking teddy bear who is just looking for a big hug. This sad lad is A2 and has been made using the magic of acrylic paint, ink, spraypaint and watercolours. Signed on reverse. Surely someone wants to give him a home? Here’s the Ebay link.


F*@K this for a game of soldiers

‘War! What is it good for? Absolutely nothing! Say it again!’ – so sang Edwin Starr in 1970 on the anti-Vietnam song ‘War’ (which, i was interested to learn was originally recorded by The Temptations but not released as they didn’t want to alienate their more conservative fans). Whilst i have a lot of respect for our armed forces and the work they do it is generally political forces which dictate what they do and when – and this can sometimes lead to questionable decisions being made regarding their deployment. That’s all i really want to say on the issue as i think this piece largely speaks for itself. It’s a single layer screenprint on A3 paper with hand finishing. Signed on reverse. Here’s the Ebay link.

I Love It Here

Our final offering for today is called ‘I Love It Here’ and features a heart encompassed in chains with the simple legend ‘I Love It Here’ So far so good. It’s a simple message that can brighten any home or relationship! It’s a single layer A3 screen print with unique hand finishing. Signed on reverse. Here’s the Ebay link.





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