We may be snapping one of these sets ourselves. Our friends at Nuart who put on a fantastic festival every year also released a limited-edition boxset of prints in conjunction with the 2015 festival. The boxset is made in an edition of 100, with each print being 12" x 12". The set features pritns by Bortusk Leer (UK, Jamie Reid (UK,Dotdotdot (NO), Isaac Cordal (ES), Martha Cooper (US), Futura (US, and above), Fra Biancoshock (IT), Martin Whatson (Handfinished) (NO), Icy & Sot (IR), Ella & Pitr (FR), Sandra Chevrier (CA), Dotmasters (UK), Mobstr (UK), M-City (Hand-sprayed original) (PL), Pixel Pancho (IT).


We may be snapping one of these sets ourselves. Our friends at Nuart who put on a fantastic festival every year also released a limited-edition boxset of prints in conjunction with the 2015 festival. The boxset is made in an edition of 100, with each print being 12" x 12". The set features pritns by Bortusk Leer (UK, Jamie Reid (UK,Dotdotdot (NO), Isaac Cordal (ES), Martha Cooper (US, and above),  Futura (US), Fra Biancoshock (IT), Martin Whatson (Handfinished) (NO), Icy & Sot (IR), Ella & Pitr (FR), Sandra Chevrier (CA), Dotmasters (UK), Mobstr (UK), M-City (Hand-sprayed original) (PL), Pixel Pancho (IT).

Buy It HERE!!!!!

From Nuart: The prints are 12" (30 x 30cm) and the box size is 33 x 33cm; the same RPM or 'revolutions per minute' as 12" vinyl.

The colours have been restricted to the most basic and primal colours we know: red, black & white, also the colours most commonly associated with revolution and activism.

Anthropologists and art historians have discovered that, culturally, the human perception of colour begins with these three primary shades: they are the most basic and primal, and all societies appear to recognise them and their symbolism.

Though the artists and contents of this set are not intended to reflect revolution, they are, much like the festival itself, intended to reflect what a revolution hopes to achieve. That is, a change in the prevailing order of things, in this case, how and who gets to engage with art.


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