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Large Spines Bruce Springsteen

Price
£1,800
Prints medium: Digital print

Unframed

Edition of 20 (0 available)

Gallery: Liberty Gallery

Ships from: United Kingdom

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Description

About the artwork
Large Spines Bruce SpringsteenHigh gloss, large scale version of Spines dibond, high definition print on aluminium with Perspex gloss face. An ongoing series of limited edition archival prints taken from recreations of classic Bruce Springsteen albums from the artist’s own record collection. These are not photographs – they are high definition re-drawings from scratch, painstakingly recreating the original fonts, images and designs to create a pristine, fantasy record collection. 90cm x 90cm x 3cmLimited edition of 20(Made to order - please allow up to 21 days for delivery)

Specification

Medium Digital print
Support Aluminium
Framed? No
Subjects Music,
Style Pop Art
Original or Edition? Edition of 20
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Artwork Dimensions: 90 X 90 X 3 X cm

About Keith Haynes

Born in London, Keith’s work is a playful and often-nostalgic exploration of popular culture, and in particular, popular music culture from his past to the present day. Keith’s work is noteworthy for his interesting choice of materials, creating works from the ‘clutter’ of pop culture – button badges, CDs or, more uniquely, vinyl records. Whether it’s a graphically iconic portrait or a meaningful song lyric, each piece is created from original vinyl records chosen to enhance the subject matter; in these works the Subject and the Object are of equal importance.


“My introduction to art was through the graphic design of people like Jamie Reid and Ray Lowry which I collected on record sleeves, t-shirts and badges. These were the people that inspired me to go to art school”.


On leaving Harrow Art School with a BA(hons) Keith worked as a designer and director at the BBC, where his work featured in some of the most influential music and arts programmes of the past 20 years and his video work was included in an exhibition of experimental and avant-garde television design held at the ICA.


His current work has been exhibited extensively in the UK and overseas and can be found in private collections in Europe, America, Hong Kong and Singapore.