'Audrey' Glitter Print by David Studwell
Take home this gorgeous framed print of David Studwell's 'Audrey', adorned with glitter.
David Studwell brings the golden age of the swinging sixties and seventies back to life with his eclectic range of pop art prints. He recreates images of icons from these exciting and revolutionary times such as Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe and Bob Dylan. Generating a strong sense of nostalgia, Studwell reinvents these classic and timeless images through an evolved creative process that incorporates bold and vivid colours and clearly showcases his Pop Art, popular culture and cult movie influences.
An artist for over 20 years, Studwell learnt the skills of his craft at the prestigious Central St Martins, and has used the advancement in technology to his advantage, bringing greater sophistication and dynamic layers to his work. “Technology enables me to bring those images from the bygone eras into the present.”
Studwell’s work has been collected by high profile clients such as Kate Moss, Elton John, Nile Rogers and Sheryl Crow, and has featured in GQ, Elle, World of Interiors magazines and more. He has exhibited at numerous galleries in London as well as San Francisco.
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