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Better Days Are Coming

Better Days Are Coming is based on Yinkas London Mural which has been created to spread positivity and inspiration. Yinka Ilori is known for his innovative furniture design: brightly coloured and playful, his aesthetic is informed by a blend of 1980s Memphis design and Nigerian folkloric tradition.

Read more about Yinka Ilori at our blog


White Frame 130-150 with No Float + £151
White Frame 130-150 with Black Float + £218
White Frame 130-150 with White Float + £218
Black Frame 130-150 with No Float + £151
Black Frame 130-150 with Black Float + £218
Black Frame 130-150 with White Float + £218
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    Signed: Yes
    Medium: Giclee, Print
    Edition Type: Limited Edition
    Edition Size: 250
    Size (cm): 100 x 30
    SKU: EG02122

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    Many of the prints at Enter Gallery have the option to add a hand-crafted frame.

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    Your Framing Options at

    Box framing is provided with all our online framing, creating a distance between the glass and your artwork, so no risk of ink transfer to the pane. it's the perfect, gallery grade choice for limited edition prints or original artworks.

    Float mounting gives a little more space around your art and can show the deckled edge of the paper (if your print features this). Our framing experts can float mount your piece onto conservation grade mount board using specialist acid-free Japanese tape.

    As always, all our materials are sustainable and archival to keep your artwork in mint condition and perfectly presented. Simply choose from our white or black float framing options, before adding to basket.

    Glazing our UK framing orders are shipped with glass. For our customers outside the UK we frame with gallery grade cast acrylic offering superb clarity and protection.

    Find out more at our framing page.


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    Our only exception is if you live outside the UK and wish to buy framed artworks. Then a shipping cost does apply (unframed artworks outside the UK have free delivery).

    Despatch Times

    (Faster shipped items have ‘EXPRESS DESPATCH’ under ‘Add to Cart’ above, otherwise they will be Regular Despatch)

    Unframed Items
    Marked ‘Express Despatch’ above – 2 to 3 days
    Regular Despatch unframed items – 2 to 3 weeks

    Framed Artwork
    Marked ‘Express Despatch’ above – up to 3 weeks
    Regular Despatch framed artwork – 3 to 6 weeks

    Delivery and Covid-19

    Due to the rapidly changing situation with Covid-19 some items may be delayed during despatch and shipping. Rest assured we are doing all we can to ship your art as quickly as possible.

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    For deliveries outside the UK, please note the price above does not include local taxes and your order may be subject to import duties and tax, payable on delivery. We have no control over these charges and cannot predict their amount.

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    About the artist

    Acclaimed London-based artist Yinka Illori is known for creating artworks that blend his own Nigerian heritage with contemporary British design. 

    Primarily a furniture designer, Illori specialises in up-cycling vintage pieces. Recently, the artist established the ‘Restoration Station’, directly collaborating with recovering addicts in workshop settings to up-cycle donated furniture. Through this artistic enterprise, Illori encouraged participants to realise their creative potential, while also raising funds for charity through the auctioning of the pieces produced. 

    In his move into print work, Illori has continued to be inspired by the African fabrics of his childhood, capturing the colourful geometric lines that feature in traditional Nigerian patterns with a nod to British 1980s nostalgia.