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Bugspot

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Limited edition screenprint

 

Edition of 10

 

Size: 56cm (h) x 38cm (w)

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Limited edition screenprint

 

Edition of 10

 

Size: 56cm (h) x 38cm (w)

Framing

Follow ‘Our Pick’ for our expert choice, ready to hang. Our framing is handmade by our trusted framing partner with 30 years experience. Learn more about our bespoke framing

Own Art - PayByFinance

Own Art is designed to make it affordable for everyone to own contemporary art by providing interest-free loans from £100 up to £2,500 spread over 10 equal payments. Learn more. Select PaybyFinance at Checkout.

Delivery

UK
Unframed – we aim to deliver unframed artwork within 7-10 days.
Framed – our frames are custom made, please allow up to 21 days for delivery.

International
Unframed only – we aim to despatch unframed artwork within 7-10 days.
You can read our Returns Policy here

Bugspot

Bugspot is a London based Art duo of Ieva Kausteklyte and Darius Verbickas.  The idea of coming together as two individual artists in order to create and experiment with each other’s thoughts, styles and aesthetic proclivities, has proved to be a fruitful way for them to develop unique works of art. Driven by a desire to create original works in graphic techniques, they are trying to achieve the “unpredictable”. In other words, their collaboration is an attempt to direct and influence each other’s practices by engaging each other in a creative process with no preconceived idea of a final outcome. However, within the process of composition, somewhere between the inception of a concept for a particular piece of work and the last touch in its realisation, they have certain vaguely defined rules in place which help them to remain in charge of the creative process.