The flyer and their aerosol equivalent all look superb in the Selfridges Ultralounge space. As soon as you enter the room from the main shop floor, through a curtain, you are faced with them straight away. I engraved my signature on the acrylic mount, for decoration and authenticity.
The catalogues have been released, so for those who cannot get their hands on one, the details. To be in the running to get your hands on one, you only have until 3pm on Thursday 26th February to register to bid at the auction. You can do this in person at Selfridges during the day, or you can download the registration forms online and either fax or email them through.
There has been some solid interest and feedback from the new (and old!) collection of works on display. Lets hope we see some interest after the auction too, as this year promises to see some even bigger collections being shown from the lab.
As you will see, I have kept the reserve really low, to make them more inviting to prospective purchasers. In fact ALL of the reserves for my submitted pieces are very low indeed, for what the pieces are.
To view the details of the auction item on the Dreweatts website, click the title of the piece, clicking the image or lot/price guide will take you to my detailed page.
For the Art Core collection, I have several lots:
Fungle Junk – 12 flyers
LOT 61 Â£100 – 150
Athletico / Sanctuary launch
LOT 62 Â£250 – 350
Fungle Junk vehicles triptych on canvas
LOT 63 Â£1200 – 1800
There’s also my second ever screenprint on sale too, limited to an edition of 50, available for Â£150 each.