Daisy

Martin Grover

£60

Daisy, limited edition hand stencilled screenprint by contemporary artist Martin Grover

 

Edition of 50

 

Size: 24cm (h) x 16cm (w)

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Daisy, limited edition hand stencilled screenprint by contemporary artist Martin Grover

 

Edition of 50

 

Size: 24cm (h) x 16cm (w)

Shipping

UK unframed orders delivered within 7-10 days and framed within 21 days. International orders are despatched within 7-10 days. Please note, we only ship framed art within the UK.

Returns

If you’re not happy with your artwork, you can return it to us in original condition and packaging within 14 days for a refund. Please note, framed orders are custom-made and cannot be returned. Read our returns policy here.

Framing

Try ‘Our Pick’ for our curator’s framing recommendation. Our framing is handmade in London – learn more about framing here.

Interest Free Finance

Buy with Own Art and spread the cost over 10 months interest-free. To borrow from £100 to £2500 opt for PaybyFinance at checkout. Learn more here.

Martin Grover

Martin Grover’s screenprints offer little paeans to iconic traffic signs, bus stops, buses, and to destinations or states of mind reached and those elusive ones so often glimpsed or imagined but always tantalisingly just out of reach. A love of collecting old 45’s led him to embark on a series of record portraits. The songs and artists maybe the main attraction but the graphics, design and ephemeral nature of the ageing paper sleeves are of equal fascination. A nostalgic celebration and also a lament they provide a poignant reminder of a golden age which continues to resonate and delight despite its predicted demise.