A signed limited edition print by artist and screenprinter Dave Buonaguidi. Dave has over 30 years experience in advertising, founding St Luke’s, the world’s first co-operative advertising agency. In 2003 he created the iconic ‘MAKE TEA NOT WAR’ poster for the anti-war march, which now forms part of the Victoria and Albert Museum collection. Buonaguidi uses the techniques of mass communication and advertising, pairing with found imagery and objects and assertive text that challenges the viewer.
This edition was printed by the artist himself and the full edition features slight smudges in the ink and inconsistencies within the print. This was intended throughout the edition and all marks made show and emphasise the hand-made process.
Medium: 2 Colour Screenprint on 4 Colour Lithographic Paper from 1952
Size (unframed): 52.50cm (w) x 68.00cm (h)
Framing pictured not included. Price listed is for the unframed print.