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Wedded Bliss

Across his work, Jacky Tsai loves to play with perspective. By combining his own painting with layered-in found images, he creates psychedelic imagined landscapes rich in detail and narrative.

In Wedded Bliss, Tsai’s use of pattern and colour is reminiscent of a Tropicália aesthetic. The piece features a traditionally-dressed woman staring inquisitively into a mirror, seemingly possessed by a more modern version of herself. Tsai melds modern items from western culture with traditional patterns and symbols from Chinese art, including the crane, which is said to represent peace and longevity.

This hand-pulled silkscreen print is from a limited edition of 50, signed and numbered by the artist.

This print was created using augmented reality! Each artwork comes with a Certificate of Authenticity containing a QR code for you print.

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White Frame 190-200-OA with No Float + £270
White Frame 190-200-OA with Black Float + £333
White Frame 190-200-OA with White Float + £333
Black Frame 190-200-OA with No Float + £270
Black Frame 190-200-OA with Black Float + £333
Black Frame 190-200-OA with White Float + £333
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    Signed: Yes
    Medium: Silkscreen, Print
    Edition Type: Limited Edition
    Edition Size: 50
    Size (cm): 83 x 102
    SKU: EG01010

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    About the artist

    Originally from Shanghai, Jacky Tsai made the leap to London to study at Central St Martins. It was here that he first dipped his toe into the artistic limelight, designing the now iconic floral skull for Alexander McQueen’s 2008 Spring/Summer menswear collection.

    The floral skull has since become synonymous with Tsai’s work. It encapsulates his artistic vision; to dispel fear and superstition, explore mortality, and to reveal the beauty to be found in decay.

    Tsai’s colourful, richly-layered pieces take inspiration from Pop Art icons like Lichtenstein and Warhol. He is known for fusing traditional eastern artistic techniques and imagery with western Pop Art references, creating a unique style that establishes balance between cultural extremes. If you look a little closer, most of his artworks include hidden narratives, either hailing from Chinese myths and legends, or straight from his imagination.

    Tsai works prolifically across multiple mediums, including painting, sculpture, screen printing and mono printing. Most recently, he has explored ancient Chinese techniques such as enamel cloisonné, blue and white porcelain printing and silk embroidery. Tsai also boasts his own luxury fashion label, which has enjoyed high-profile collaborations with the likes of Harvey Nichols.