David Shrigley Large Fancy Room Tea Towel - fint viskestykke i linen. Viskestykket er superfint at indramme i en 50x70 ramme og bliver dermed et lille stykke kunst.
David Shrigley er en skotsk kunstner der er kendt for sine tegninger, publikationer og skulpturelle arbejder. Hans tegninger indeholder en såkaldt 'throwaway beauty´ , inkluderende monsterbørn, idioter, aliens og dårlige forældre. Shrigley udtrykker med humor sin angst omkring det moderne liv, hans skuffelser og kynisme.
Størrelse: ca 62 x 48cm
David Shrigley Large Fancy Room Dish Towel
David Shrigley Large Fancy Room Dish Towel - great dish towel in linen. The dish towel can be framed in a 50x70 frame, and will dress your wall in the arty way!
David Shrigley is a Scottish artist who has come to prominence through his drawings, publications and sculptural works. His drawings have a kind of throwaway beauty featuring monster children, idiots, aliens and bad parents. Full of twisted lists and exchanges, Shrigley espresses his angst about modern living, his disappointments and his cynicism.
Shrigley lives and works as an artist in his adopted hometown of Glasgow. He earned a BFA from Glasgow School of Art in 1991. He recalls wanting to be Andy Warhol or Marcel Duchamp instead of ‘some greasy haired painter’ as an art student. One of his first exhibitions was called My Little Toilet (exhibited in his share house toilet). He has since gone on to become an internationally recognized artist and was nominated for the prestigious Turner Prize in 2013.