David Shrigley Fancy Room Tea Towel
These fun tea towels are from a collaboration between David Shrigley and Third Drawer Down. ‘Large Fancy Room Filled With Crap’ was going to be the title for Shrigley’s first retrospective show at the Hayward Gallery in London until it was changed to ‘Brain Activity’. Originally, these tea towels were printed in a limited edition of 1000. Due to their popularity, they have been re-released by Third Drawer Down in a new colourway as an open edition.
A fancy kitchen cloth, it can also be stretched onto a canvas at your local framer or hung in a timber frame (available HERE) to double up as an affordable artwork for your home.
-67cm x 50cm (19.7 x 26.4″”)
Out of stock
British artist David Shrigley came into prominence through his drawings, publications and sculptural works. His drawings have a kind of throwaway beauty featuring monster children, idiots, aliens and bad parents. Full of twisted lists and exchanges, Shrigley is a Third Drawer Down favourite both for his angst about modern living, his everyday disappointments and his endless cynicism.