View our collectable art highlights for April 2014 by taking a walk around the walls of our artrepublic gallery. Gallery team member Jess Miles takes you through three fantastic art works including a brilliant edition by The Strange Case Company, a beautiful Carne Griffiths piece and an outstanding Kate Gibb silkscreen.
The Strange Case Company, ‘Label Queen’ art print: This is a signed limited edition of 100. It’s a really nice bold image. If you look closely it’s got the lyrics to the national anthem running through the tapes and also the colours of the tapes makeup the Union Jack.
Carne Griffiths, ‘Invisible Lines’ art print: It’s a small edition of 33. Carne Griffiths tends to use a lot of different mediums in his pieces, different inks, watercolour, tea, whiskey. He takes reference from female faces as well as natural imagery, like woodland and floral imagery. He actually used to be a wire embroidery designer so this is where he gets a lot of the intricacy in his work from.
Kate Gibb, ‘Electric Mick – One’ art print: This is a really nice sized edition of 50, signed by the artist. Kate Gibb has recently been exploring silkscreen as a new method. She’s best known for her music sleeve artwork, in particular The Chemical Brothers. It’s a great piece for music and art lovers alike, a really cool image of Rolling Stones front man, Mick Jagger. It’s also available in pink in ‘Electric Mick Two’.
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