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Framed There's Nothing so Seductive as a Dangerous Idea, Unique Colourway Teal

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There's Nothing so Seductive as a Dangerous Idea is a limited edition silkscreen print by internationally-renowned artistic duo, The Connor Brothers.

In pairing retro imagery from the world of pulp fiction with tongue-in-cheek words from great poets and cynics, the pair invite us to consider the difference between appearance and reality, truth and fiction.

Each print in the limited edition of 10 is hand-finished with acrylic, meaning it has its own unique colourway.

The piece comes signed and numbered by the artists and framed in a brown wooden frame.

Size (cm): 165 x 106

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    Signed: Yes
    Framed: Yes
    Hand Finished: Yes
    Medium: Silkscreen, Print
    Edition Type: Limited Edition
    Edition Size: 10
    Size (cm): 165 x 106
    SKU: EG12021
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    About the artist
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    Posing as Franklyn and Brendan Connor – American twins brought up in an extremist Christian cult known as 'The Family' and deprived of access to information from the outside world – The Connor Brothers were eventually revealed as art-dealers-turned-artists, Mike Snelle and James Golding. 

    True to this fictional mythology, their satirical work continues to blur the boundaries between truth and fabrication, creating acrylic and oil paintings that pose as large-scale book covers with a film-noir twist. 

    The resulting retro imagery, replete with unexpected and unsettling narratives, offers a unique perspective on modern popular culture that has cemented The Connor Brothers as one of the most influential art duos of the decade.