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In the Sky with Diamonds

Joe Webb's limited edition prints look back to the golden age of the twentieth century to suggest ways of living int he twenty-first. Vintage imagery from the 1950s and 60s dominates his collage aesthetic in the creation of bold, captivating style.
Taking its title from the Beatles iconic acid track, In the Sky With Diamonds offers an alternative to Big Bang theory: here, the inception of the universe is imagined as little more than a girl joining the dots of constellations with a stick of coloured chalk. Playful and provocative, Webbs work is contemporary collage at the top of its conceptual game.
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    Specifications
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    Signed: Yes
    Medium: Silkscreen, Print
    Edition Type: Limited Edition
    Edition Size: 125
    Size (cm):
    SKU: AR21983
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    About the artist
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    Favouring the hand-made over the high-tech, Joe Webb goes back to tactility in the creation of his retro collages. Sourcing vintage magazines from second-hand stores, Webb reworks original imagery, using simple and concise edits to build new visual narratives. 

    Surreal and sentimental, his work explores profoundly human themes of love, longing, war and inequality. With a penchant for the 1960s Space Age, much of Webb’s work depicts expansive galactic vistas, subtly subverted to invite the viewer to question their place in the universe. Environmentally conscious, Webb’s work is more than just a visual tour-de-force: this is art with something to say.