ALL THE TALENT IN ALL THE WORLD. DRAWN TO PARIS
AND PHILIPPE MORILLON DREW IT THERE. 80'
IS THE OUTPUT OF THE INPUT. A
BOX OF PRINTS. THE HYPER GRAPHIC REALISATION. THE AIRBRUSH ART. THE WHERE TO START WHEN THE END IS NOT YET MET. AND NOW YOU SEE IT ALL FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME.
Not a book. A box of prints. A complete picture. Forty examples of the best - better than the rest - pure graphic art. Does it look like a big box in the photo? It is. 16 by 12 inches. And how many prints? Forty!!
The sound of the city. This iconic image ran in
magazines as an advert for Champs Disques - 84, Champs Élysées.
Another straight up / laid back absolute classic. Have wanted this in any book or print or memory implant for years now. No wonder too. The red of those car seats. The light on the quarter glass. Oh my.
First time for seeing this one. And LOVING it. 1981. Best sized Walkman too. In the entire history of tech gadgetry surely nothing ever was ever as exciting as the Walkman. Still want one now.
And this we have never seen before either. Retro styled shoe shop hyper reality.
Just showing off now. There are 39 more prints as good as this. Frame the lot and you won't just have an exhibition, you will have completely redecorated!
The last print in the box.
Paquet de Winston vide
. Painted in 1975. Very, very brilliant it is too.
So we have 25 of these boxes. They are all signed and numbered. They are only £95! Which is insane value! You need one for sure but please do not underestimate quite how amaze a gift this is. The whole edition is only 100! They will not last long.
So buy now on the button below. And your day is done!
BUT WAIT! IF IT ALL LOOKS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE YOU CAN PAY MORE! OF THE 100 BOXES, 20 ARE THE DELUXE EDITION. YES. PLEASE!
The Deluxe edition is printed on heavyweight 300g Tintoretto Paper. The image Paquet de Winston vide, 1975 is signed and numbered of 20 by Morillon. The whole box is luxe! There are only twenty in the world and we only have five. And they are only £295 (which again seems kindly of brilliantly fortuitously crazy!).