Spray-paint on a sheet of newspaper.

More plagiarism of Roy Lichtenstein by Mr Sly…

“I took my girl out for nice meal and for pudding she had ice cream and then she said [see image]. Why? What did you think it was about?

A real complaint:

“Dear Mr Sly,
I purchased your artwork entitled “Calories” and displayed it proudly in my Kitchen. My sister, who is more worldy-wise than I, told me what it was really about. Red-faced I had to hang it in the bedroom” Susa

These are not prints as each piece is individually done and signed to order and consequently vary a little from the illustrated picture. These paintings are sprayed onto the pages of the Daily Telegraph “borrowed” from the pub. If you’re lucky you might get a half finished crossword. Ready to hang with crossbars and nails.


Additional Information

Dimensions57 × 73 cm

We can custom frame all artwork, so let us know if you’d like to discuss options and see samples. Get in touch.

Free UK delivery applies to standard delivery in mainland UK. Additional costs apply for delivery outside of the UK. For example most prints will ship to the United States (US) for a flat £20 fee. Full terms here.



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