Pretty Little Missguided is a ceramic figurine, hand-finished with polymer clay and ceramic paint by contemporary artist, Haus of Lucy.
"Lady Daphne took another slug of her Shiraz and sighed. She'd only gone and done it again - bought another 10 dresses, 5 tops and 3 pairs of jeans - even though she had deliveries she hadn't even opened yet. It was so difficult to resist - every time she went on Instagram, ads popped up with the most amazing clothes (Warehouse were doing some GREAT dresses this season and don't even get her started on Never Fully Dresssed) and she just had to have them all. It was non-stop! Every time she clicked the 'buy' button she'd vow this would be the last time, until she went back on Insta and was fished in again. Daphne knew she was contributing to global warming and needed to... hang on... omg... 'that Linka Matoshi dress is to DIE for!'"
The original piece comes with a signed certificate of authenticity.
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Hand Finished: Yes
Medium: Materials Vintage Ceramic Figurine, Polymer Clay, Ceramic Paint, Varnish, Photographic Paper, Toy Laptop
Edition Type: Original
Edition Size: 1
Size (cm): 11 x 14 x 8
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About the artist
Contemporary artist and graphic designer Haus of Lucy, AKA Lucy Bryant merges classical fine art with satirical elements from contemporary culture for a wry and caustic aesthetic. Working across collage, print and sculpture, Haus Of Lucy’s work is a modern-day take on the Dadaist practice of objet trouvé. Taking ‘found’ original artworks, Haus Of Lucy adds unexpected details: an EasyJet Plane soaring above a pastoral idyll or a hot dog in the hand of a porcelain figurine.
Influenced by Pop Art and Punk, the sacrilegious approach to classicism is both rebellious and tongue-in-cheek. But the clash of past and present can be thought provoking too: Haus Of Lucy’s art asks the viewer to question contemporary culture, by placing it in the framework of historical perspective.