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The Great Unknown

The Great Unknown is a limited edition print by acclaimed British street artist Eelus. With its haze of aerosol speckles and its use of bright colour against monochrome, the piece translates the vibrant spirit of Eelus acclaimed urban murals into the space of the print.
A girl stands high on a rocky ledge, arms draped in a yellow cloak, a purple moon rising in the night sky. Gazing at the stippled clouds below, the girl looks poised to take a step in the great unknown: will her fabric wings lift her amongst the stars? Haunting and beautiful, Eelus print signals a new direction for contemporary spray can aesthetics.

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White Frame 100-110-OA with No Float + £116
White Frame 100-110-OA with Black Float + £153
White Frame 100-110-OA with White Float + £153
Black Frame 100-110-OA with No Float + £116
Black Frame 100-110-OA with Black Float + £153
Black Frame 100-110-OA with White Float + £153
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    Specifications
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    Signed: Yes
    Medium: Silkscreen, Print
    Edition Type: Limited Edition
    Edition Size: 75
    Size (cm): 54 x 42
    SKU: AR21592
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    About the artist
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    Lee Eelus is the artist moniker of Lee Pennington, whose art career began in the north of England in the late 80’s, selling hand-drawn Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles posters to his friends in the school playground.

    After a move to London in the early 00’s, Lee's eyes were opened to the emerging world of street art, and he began to experiment with his own stencil based works under the moniker of Eelus.

    It’s after Banksy encountered the work that everything changed for Lee. His debut print edition through the legendary 'Pictures on Walls' sold out in record time, securing his place as a favourite amongst collectors.

    Eelus has now painted and exhibited worldwide alongside key figures within the movement. The desirability of his work evident in the success of his solo exhibitions and sell-out print editions.

    He applies his playful and provocative visual language to paintings, prints, murals, sculpture and installations, the work often characterized by stark monochromatic figures in a joyous display of colour, examining the entanglement and necessity of light and dark whilst celebrating the colourful magic of the human spirit.

    He currently lives beside the sea in Brighton, UK, with his partner, their daughter, two cats and Arty the dog.