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A Quiet Neighbourhood

A Quiet Neighbourhood seams together photographs of modernist architecture through a blend of tactile and digital collage. Contemporary British artist Bonnie and Clyde is known for her unique approach to collage, which incorporates self-taken photographs from around the world with panels of paint, pattern and torn paper.

Her flattened perspectives of urban scenes capture the dizzying feel of city life. A Quiet Neighbourhood sees Bonnie and Clyde stepping out of the metropolis and into LA suburbia: big concrete and glass houses, plunge pools with night-lights, and rows of palm trees are cut up with rough shards of colour and shape.

With a growing following, Bonnie and Clyde’s limited edition prints are fast becoming collectables. Hand-signed and from an edition of just 60, this giclee print is an unmissable work of contemporary print-collage.

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    About the artist
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    After studying 3D Design at Kingston University, Bonnie and Clyde (aka Steph Burnley) set up a successful graphic design business creating posters, brochures, book sleeves, and signage for full festival campaigns. 

    As her passion for photography grew, she began to develop the distinctive practice she is known for today: combining her self-taken photographs with her graphics skills and a new talent for screen printing, Bonnie and Clyde has changed the landscape of mixed media collage for good. Blending monochrome with highly saturated colour, flat print with textured paint, and tactile elements of distressed paper and rough magazine cuttings, her collages capture the beautiful, messy, vibrant and chaotic nature of life in the city. 

    Highly emotive, Bonnie and Clyde’s work responds to socio-political environments, stamping her own personal experience on every work to immerse the viewer in beautiful and bizarre cityscapes.