£75.00 - On Sale
Limited Edition Screen Print. Edition of 25. A2. This piece is not framed.
This print was commissioned by Recoat Gallery for their 4th birthday and launch of their 10 artist strong collective, Team Recoat.
There is no doubting the impact that Elph has had on the Scottish Street Art movement and that he would be considered one of the UK’s most loved graffiti artists. Proof of this was his selection for the C215 “Blue Book”, “Graffiti Planet 2” by Alan Ket and Tristan Manco’s “Street Sketchbook”.
In 2010 Elph was flown out to Melbourne for a solo show with Backwoods Gallery
and exhibited in a prestigious Manchester exhibition with China Mike. He also painted at the dramatic Red Bull Stereopticon live paint that saw his painting projected across the front of the entire University of Edinburgh building earlier this year.
His work narrates many wild and weird ideas, often inspired by hours of trawling the internet looking at cartoons, comic books, animation, war and sci-fi films, or even just his neighbourhood and his everyday life.
Elph creates all kinds of artwork and design, nodding to his graffiti past; his versatility, drive and style salute this culture but over the years he has developed painterly techniques that far surpass any pre-conceived ideas of what a “Graffiti artist” might produce. His artworks are multi layered, beautifully rendered, playful, funny, sometimes dark, but always appealing whether he is spray painting a wall or creating delicate illustrations in gouache.