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New Like a Prayer by Nick Holdsworth

Like a Prayer by Nick Holdsworth Available now from Arthouse Gallery. Call us today about our Free Delivery, Price Match & 0% Finance options 

 

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New When Doves Cry by Nick Holdsworth Framed Art Print

When Doves Cry by Nick Holdsworth Available now from Arthouse Gallery. Call us today about our Free Delivery, Price Match & 0% Finance options

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New Thin White Duke by Nick Holdsworth

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New Noughties Playboy by Nick Holdsworth

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In 1998, Nick set up his own fashion label, ‘Purple Om / Random’ a cult T-shirt brand that was sold all over the world in high-end department stores such as Harvey Nichols, Harrods, Liberty’s, Collette in Paris and Barney’s in Tokyo. Nick cites himself as one of the first designer T-shirt label brands building upon the ’90s obsession with psychedelic images and youth culture. He has also worked on collaborations with Levis Red-Japan, Eliminator-Japan, Block 60-Italy, Griffin Studio-UK, and Harvey Nichols. It was Nick’s unique techniques and style that began to gain interest from the art industry and he began to explore ways to express his love of fashion and culture through individual pieces of fine art. His background in design meant his digital skills opened a world of possibilities to him, and after years of experimentation, he is now producing breathtakingly mixed –media pieces based around these interests.

This thoroughly modern, cutting edge process contrasts with the nostalgic nature of the images, which Nick says are inspired by the musical legends of his youth, and the hours spent flicking through his mother’s fashion magazines as a child. This unexpected combination imbues the pieces with emotional depth, occasional wit, and a surprisingly vintage style for something so contemporary.

Freddie Mercury’s sister and Brian May both hold Nick’s portraits of Freddie in their private collections.