"Pretty Vacant" Artwork by Mr Sly
This was orginally created for a street art campaign for London fashion week 2019 and was recently displayed at the Truman brewery London. Inspired by the sex pistols hit song pretty vacant. Presented at the front is Kate Moss with the words "Oh were so pretty". The background has ripped newspaper articles about the pistols and punk rock England from the 1980's.
This image represents attitude and confidence.
Mr Sly is a British Artist known for his mixed media collages and his contemporary interpretation of 20th Century pop culture, combined with bold and graphic images are his unique trademark. Having experience in photo restoring and graphic design, he blends these talents in his artwork, by manipulating and restoring each image carefully. Now Producing limited edition prints and originals his work can be found in galleries across the U.K and U.S.A. His artwork can also be seen on the streets, paste ups of his images are now part of the street art scene in many cities. Born in Liverpool, England, he has travelled widely, which has informed his appreciation of urban and street art across the world. His first foray into the art world was inspired by 1980's band Frankie Goes to Hollywood and their iconic t-shirts from their hit song RELAX. It was this that spurred him to create artwork which is now gaining collectors across the globe. Mr Sly’s work is featured in the Saatchi Art gallery and Artsy. Recent clients involve Chelsea Football Club, L’Oreal and RedKen.
Giclée Print on 310gsm smooth fine art paper.
Image Size: 32x22 inches
Signed, Dated & Numbered by Mr Sly
Edition of 30
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