Sly Girl 2 (on The Daily Telegraph)
You're just too good to be true. Can't take my eyes off of you. You'd be like heaven to touch. I wanna hold you so much. At long last love has arrived. And I thank God I'm alive. You're just too good to be true. Can't take my eyes off of you.
Urban pop art in your own home by Cult Artist Sly.
These are not prints as each is individually done and signed to order and consequently vary a little from the illustrated picture. These paintings are sprayed onto the pages of the Daily Telegraph "borrowed" from the pub. The newspaper is emulsionned with a specially formulated paint which provides a random texture and finish that suits the "Urban" concept. If you're lucky you might get a half-finished crossword. Ready to hang with crossbars and nails.
The artist has exhibited at the Saatchi alongside the likes of Banksy, Terry O'Neil, Tracy Emin and Vic Reeves and now has a permanent collections at the Cut-Up in Germany, "Outside the Square" opposite the Tate and other galleries around the globe. Get an original while they are still affordable. You have been warned.
W 58.42 cm x H 73.66 cm
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About the Artist
It is likely that Juan Sly has become the biggest seller of original artworks in the UK. An artist exhibiting in mainly spray stencils and oils. He has exhibited at the Saatchi (a proper gallery with pillars and everything!) alongside the likes of Banksy, Terry O'Neil, Tracy Emin and Vic Reeves a...