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Floating Tiger Hidden Beetle

Floating Tiger
Hidden Beetle

Just like an old school 12″ record today’s piece has 2 sides and you can flip between the two to your hearts content depending on your mood. It also appears to be based on the colour orange. I know not why. It’s a nice colour. 

Side 1 features a disembodied tiger’s head floating in the air something akin to Damien Hirst’s shark. Except it’s not real and it’s got some cool Adidas style palette stripes in the background. He’s just chilling.

Side 2 features one of our demotivational posters. ‘FRANK! Just let it be!’ is a common enough refrain heard up and down the country on a Friday night. The Beatles even famously sang a song about it where the mantra of ‘Let it be’ is repeated many times. Sometimes it’s just not that easy though…

She’s on a 60 x 40cm wooden board and is made using the magic of spraypaint, stencils and imagination. Drop us a line if interested.




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Just like Hirst’s…

After Hirst’s bejewelled skull ‘For the love of God’ I thought i’d give an id-iom version a go. After much deliberation i decided to go for the slightly less gaudy approach and have only 15 real ‘jewels’ on there all placed by my own fair hand – as opposed to the 8,601 diamonds that he (well, one of his ‘assistants’) painstakingly attached to the remodelled skull (made of platinum, naturally!) Oh yeah, it glows in the dark a bit too which i’m pretty sure Hirst’s one doesn’t!

Although this piece isn’t yet worth the £50 million that Hirst sold his for i’m sure it will be in time…



Title: Just like Hirst’s…
Media: Handcut stencils, spraypaint, paint pen, uv spraypaint, glitter & diamantes
Size: 40 x 50cm thick edge canvas

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