Spoilt Rotten By Hue Folk - Studio Edition
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Signed Limited edition of 45 On Canvas
Supplied Framed as shown in the beautiful Chunky White Wood Frame
Image Size 61x91 cms
Overall framed size is 74x 104 cms
Signed by the artist
All artwork comes beautifully finished with certificates attached to the back of the painting
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In this collection, Hue draws our attention to one of the most significant financial cultural transitions of the 20th century, the steady move towards a cashless society with the mainstream use of credit cards. His artwork denotes the phenomenon of credit card envy, from the design of the plastic to the sound that it makes on the counter! Financial marketers got creative in the 1980s with their debit and credit cards to satisfy the desire of mass-market consumers to use a cool-looking card and with it the bonus of greater usage. In this collection, Hue utilises a range of well-known cartoon characters and emblems to create his very own range of iconic credit cards!