IMBUE

“Faith” (2016)

Blue cross made from pills in perspex tray

 

Framed in petrol blue handcrafted frame mounted on white perspex. Unglazed.

Exterior size 28cm x 23cm x 6cm / window size 16cm x 11 cm

(Please be advised that this frame has been handcrafted and any imperfections are intended to add to it's character)

 

 

Controversial artist Imbue, known for his dope-smoking Pooh Bear prints and campaign to smuggle fake heroin and cocaine vending machines onto Brighton pier and often referred to as Banksy Of Brighton. He plays, provokes and prods at themes and well-known icons on the current landscape, cue Coca-Cola-come- Virgin Mary mini sculptures, aimed to shift our thinking patterns. He is well known for his subversive art and playing with religious iconography uses iconic crosses filled with pills, a symbol of science, to ask questions about our faith and mortality.

Imbue "Faith"

£250.00Price