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Good Morning Trouble
Exclusively published by Hang-Up and produced with the precious help of the renowned Jealous Print Studio, the result couldn't be other than a limited edition of exceptional quality.

Delphine Lebourgeois
Good Morning Trouble, 2022
Digital archival print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308 gsm paper with a pearlescent screen print layer
Print size: 50 x 60 cm
Edition of 20, each hand-finished with gold ink

£400 pre-release price
*Retail price will be £500*


Good Morning Trouble

- Digital archival print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308 gsm paper with one pearlescent screen print layer

- Edition of 20, each hand-finished with gold ink


*Retail price will go to £500 on Wednesday 13 July*


About Good Morning Trouble

The print captures the essence of Lebourgeois's interest in the theme of feminism and women's emancipation, as well as her fascination with "the lost art of idleness", and offers a meditation on carefreeness as an act of self-love and the courage of taking time for oneself.

"I’ve always found the gesture of smoking quite aesthetic and it is a recurrent theme in my work. The idea is to symbolise nonchalance, and carefreeness despite adversity."
Delphine Lebourgeois

Coinciding with the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition where Lebourgeois is having the pleasure of seeing her work exhibited alongside the likes of Tracey Emin and Yinka Shonibare, this print release marks a prolific time for the artist.

Print in Progress

Read on for an insight into the making of the edition.

We talk about the inspirations for the print, the long-winded but blissful process behind the making of a new work of art, what it feels like to be exhibiting at the Royal Academy, and more.

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Proceeds from the sale of the limited edition will be donated to The Maya Centre, a community-based charity in Islington providing specialist counselling and holistic support to low-income and minoritised women.

I’m a true believer in therapy, and of course I also deeply care about women and women’s issues. This felt like the perfect choice.
The artist on picking the Maya Centre as her chosen charity.