National treasures & art treasures + Grayson Perry, Harland Miller, KAWS & Banksy
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New arrival - Harland Miller
Who Cares Wins
Harland Miller
Who Cares Wins
Drawing on the familiarity of the visual language used in Penguin books, Miller adds unexpected and irreverent slogans to much-loved formats. As an added bonus, this one comes in a stunning colourway.
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Banksy - Rare Edition
Rare Anarchist Book Fair Edition
Have a Nice Day
Rare Anarchist Book Fair Edition
One of the first Banksy releases with POW; this edition is among the 67 featuring the anarchy 'A' sign. It also differs from the regular edition in the font of the text and subtle differences in the image's composition.

From the Serpentine
KAWS Share
KAWS Share
Not only did the collaboration between KAWS and the Serpentine in London produce an unprecedented AR show but also a high-quality limited edition print featuring two of his most well-known characters.

RA Summer Show opens
Grayson Perry: National Treasure
Editorial
Grayson Perry: National Treasure
Grayson Perry and ‘national treasure’ are often mentioned in the same breath – yet the artist is an unlikely emblem of British identity. Below, we’ve highlighted eight reasons why he deserves this status.

Hang-Up artists at the RA Summer Show
True Love Always Wins
Editions
Tracey Emin
True Love Always Wins
£6,000
Hug
Originals
Delphine Lebourgeois
Hug
£990
‘If you don’t have self doubt, you’re not trying hard enough’
Grayson Perry
Revolving Love (Orange)
Editions
Gavin Turk
Revolving Love (Orange)
£1,200
Revolving Love (Blue)
Editions
Gavin Turk
Revolving Love (Blue)
£1,200
SEX PSYCHE LAMPISTERIA
Editions
Tim Fishlock
SEX PSYCHE LAMPISTERIA
£350
I Cannot Live Without You
Editions
David Shrigley
I Cannot Live Without You
POA | £5,000 – £10,000

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Bonnie and Clyde
Bonnie and Clyde

Former fashion and music photographer Steph Burnley creates mixed-media collages, 3D installations and screenprints of imagined cityscapes from her Brighton studio. Harnessing the soothing power of Californian colours, 1950s typography, modern architecture and plenty of house plants and sun umbrellas, her whimsical works are reflective of diverse influences including David Hockney, Tracey Emin and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

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Collection
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Further reading
Courting controversy | Five of Banksy’s most divisive pieces
Banksy
Courting controversy | Five of Banksy’s most divisive pieces
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Five Artists to Watch | 2022
Artists
Five Artists to Watch | 2022
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Hang-Up Gallery
Hang-Up Gallery, 10D Branch Place, Hoxton, London N1 5PH.