DAVID SHRIGLEY SILKSCREENED POSTER #1

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Quick Overview

Title: Prepare for Your Journey
Silkscreened poster on 65 lb. fuchsia paper
18” x 25”
Made in conjunction with issue 19 by David Shrigley
Two versions: signed edition of 15 / unsigned, not editioned
Released spring 2013

In conjunction with the release of David Shrigley's issue 19, we created two silkscreened posters. The imagery for the Prepare For Your Journey poster comes directly out of the passport book contained in David's issue and was silkscreened with care on 65 lb., delightfully electric, fuchsia paper. Prepare yourself.

Imagery by David Shrigley

Design by MacFadden and Thorpe

Printed in Oakland, CA by Paul Morgan

DAVID SHRIGLEY

David Shrigley was born in 1968, in Macclesfield, England. He studied Fine Art at Glasgow School of Art from 1988 to 1991. His work encompasses drawing, sculpture, photography, animation and music. Recent exhibitions include Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen; BQ, Cologne; Anton Kern Gallery New York; Carnegie International, Pittsburgh; Bergen Konsthall, Norway. His drawings have appeared in newspapers and magazines such as Esquire (Japan), Donna (Italy), Arena (UK), The Gaurdian (UK), Le Monde (France) Suddeutsche Zeitung (Germany), New York Times (US). He has produced animated pop promos for Blur and Bonnie Prince Billy and has produced album artwork for artists such as Deerhoof and Malcolm Middleton. In 2006 he produced a spoken word album Shrigley Forced To Speak With Others and in 2007 released a compilation album Worried Noodles featuring 39 artists invited to create songs based on his lyrics originally published in a book of the same name. The project included contributions from David Byrne and Franz Ferdinand amongst others. Shrigley is the author of numerous books of drawings details of which can be found at Redstone Press, He now lives and works in Glasgow and is represented by the Stephen Friedman Gallery, London.

More about David Shrigley can be found here.

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