Graffiti Girl. Fame

£2.50

Fame is both a 1908s popular tv drama/film which in many ways prescient as it preempted the overwhelming modern obsession with fame for fame’s sake. The great David Bowie sang in his song Fame: ‘Fame puts you there where things are hollow.’

This card illustrates the lack of education, the hunger for fame above all else, a modern disease.

This card is also available as a available as a numbered and signed limited edition print

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Description

Graffiti girl. Graffiti is a word meaning ‘writing or drawings that have been scribbled, scratched, or painted illicitly on a wall’. Our innocent girl is often trying to make statements which slightly elude her but in which there is some semblance of truth.

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