No Future – Ltd Edition Print of Sid Vicious by Diane Nowell

£150.00

Digitally created artwork of the Sid Vicious signed limited edition of 100
Limited edition print
W 12.00″ x H 16.00″
Media: other
Surface: Hahnemuhle German Etching

73 in stock

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Digitally created artwork of the Sid Vicious, background created by merging old newspaper cuttings about the late Sid Vicious, including his suicide note which partially inspired the name No Future.

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Seller Information

  • Store Name: Nowell Art
  • Seller: Diane Nowell
  • Born in Lancashire in September of 1972, (nee Zamorski) I grew up in a military family, travelling to locations as far flung as Australia with my father's job. At the age of 5 my father left the forces and the family settled back in Lancashire to be close to relatives. In the early nineties, I decided to try the forces life myself, joining the British Army as a nurse. This was a real eye-opener and has helped to shape my life since. I have always had a love of art but never felt that my work was good enough to be taken seriously. That seemed to change one Christmas, when, stony-broke, I decided to start painting again for budget Christmas presents. Everyone loved the pop art that I created for them, particularly the family portraits and photographs with a unique makeover. To my surprise, people started to commission me and that encouraged me to start to sell my work. Since then, the orders have flown in. I take great pride in ensuring that everyone is satisfied with their order and feedback is always welcome. Inspired by some of the famous pop artists of the past, such as Warhol & Lichtenstein, I appreciate the bold lines, bright colours and simple audacity of their work. However, there are many other influences to my pieces, including my art teacher who consistently encouraged and believed in me.
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