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The 12 Inch Picture Discs

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a set of four 12'' picture disc spoof album covers. designed for use in an exhibition entitled 'Retro Record Store,' these are four that i chose not to use in the final show. images are taken from the artists books called, 'WWW=666,' '33 Fragments of Childhood' and 'Let's Take Our Toys On Holiday.' photographic collage post produced with Photoshop and transferred onto canvas which is ready to hang. each canvas is 12 by 12'', the same as a LP record sleeve. quirky, humorous and slightly subversive these canvases will brighten any office or work space. usually retailing at £90 per canvas, this set of four is a quick sale at £260, (£65 each) each is signed and dated on the back by the artist price includes postage within UK
W 12.00" x H 12.00"
W 30.48 cm x H 30.48 cm
photographic print on canvas
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Mark Masters Critical Analysis. Dark, foreboding caverns constitute the environment in which lie Mark Masters’ idiosyncratic and eccentric creations. His style predominantly draws upon the Expressionist and Cubist movements, although a nuanced inclination towards Neoclassicism is detectable i...

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