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Scary Mail Boy

Scary Mail Boy is a piece by internationally-acclaimed street art duo, Miss Bugs - one of the most exciting mixed media artist-collectives working in the UK right now.

Created using stencil paint and collage on canvas, this print features a rabid King Kong delivering a blood-soaked newspaper, while surrounded by revolvers and the coat of arms of the British Royal family.

This silkscreen print is from a limited edition of 30, signed and numbered by the artist.

This item is POA (Price on Application), for a price, please call us: +44(0)1273 724829 or message us.

Own Art This artwork is part of the OWN ART Scheme.
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Specifications
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Signed: Yes
Medium: Silkscreen, Print
Edition Type: Limited Edition
Size (cm): 66 x 50
SKU: EG02197
Framing
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Many of the prints at Enter Gallery have the option to add a hand-crafted frame.

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Our experts will cut, join and assemble each frame by hand to the exact dimensions of your artwork, creating your perfect finished work of art, ready to hang on your wall.

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Your Framing Options at entergallery.com

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.

Shadow float mounting is an option at our website, to give the appearance of an artwork floating within the frame. The mount – an archival foam core – creates depth too, by casting a shadow beneath the artwork. We highly recommend using a float mount when framing artwork with deckled (hand-torn) edges.

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.

We've other framing options available too, such as ornate frames, float mounts or UV glass. Call our expert team for details: +44(0)1273 724829.

Find out more about all our framing options at our framing page.

Shipping
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See our Delivery page for full details.

Almost everything ordered through our checkout here at entergallery.com has
FREE DELIVERY WORLDWIDE!

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

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(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

Our Christmas Last Order Dates

After the dates below, it may be possible to ship some orders in time for Christmas. please call us on +44(0)1273 724829 or message us at the bottom right of this page.

Within the UK
Unframed Items
Marked ‘Express Despatch’ above – 21st December
Regular Despatch unframed items – 10th December

Artwork with Framing – 29th November

Rest of the World
Unframed Items
Marked ‘Express Despatch’ above – 15th December
Regular Despatch unframed items – 30th November

Artwork with Framing – 14th November

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.

We will keep you regularly updated by email or text.

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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 & tax, payable on delivery. We have no control over these charges and cannot predict their amount.

To lessen the impact of these charges we are currently offering 10% Cashback for all orders over £200 shipped outside the UK (cashback excludes any shipping costs). Your cashback will be refunded shortly after you order (unfortunately we are unable to apply the discount before ordering). You will also receive an email confirming the refund.

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About the artist
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Miss Bugs are a mysterious London-based street art duo who have been creating mixed-media artworks together since 2007. Their aesthetic is inspired by cutting and pasting existing images and artworks; ‘remixing and sampling classics’ to create new pieces in their own distinct style.

Hailed as ‘Visual DJs’, Miss Bugs’ work incorporates the familiar with the unfamiliar, altering artistic influences we know, from the likes of Basquiat, Picasso and Gary Hume, in a surrealistic, and darkly dreamlike style. The result is subversive, thought-provoking, post-apocalyptic pop culture art.

Miss Bugs use an array of materials and methods to create their artworks, including screen printing, painting, gold and silver leaf, wood and aluminium. Most recently, their focus has been on larger-scale pieces that incorporate laser cut planes of wood, hundreds of small objects and poured resin.