A spectacular new piece created by the artist Miss Bugs has been unveiled in Brighton’s North Laines, just a stones throw from our Brighton gallery. The enormous work, the size of a three-storey building, has taken several days to create through a process of part pasting-up and intricate hand finishing.
The piece, commissioned by artrepublic, has a distinctly royal theme and is titled ‘Queen of the Arts’.
If you’re heading to Brighton soon, do take a look, it’s the best way to take in the sheer scale and detail of the piece.
Miss Bugs, whose work regularly features at artrepublic, is the creation of two anonymous image makers (they prefer this term to ‘artists’). Their work has been brightening up the streets of London for years and more recently their originals and prints have become highly prized by collectors.
artrepublic is part of the history of Enter Gallery, find out more.