Edition of 100
Each has been hand drawn on Caneletto 300gsm Liscia paper.
42 x 32 cm (16.5 x 12.5 in)
Signed, dated and numbered by the artist.
David Shrigley's drawings remind us of the strangenesses of our world with concise and often surprising bluntness. They also offer up a mirror for the viewer's mind, as our interpretations of his work may reveal more about ourselves than the artist. This is particularly true in the case of "Untitled," wherein the signpost in blankly states "This will not be here tomorrow." Is this as a positive reminder (carpe diem) or a melancholic reflection? Or should we read in this an environmental commentary, a sardonic remark on the art market, or a larger existential concern? Each 'Untitled' is hand-drawn by the artist and therefore will have slight variations.