- Each piece is hand sourced and printed to order. Please contact Dave Buonaguidi – Real Hackney Dave – directly via his website for availability and prices
Do What You Love And The Money Will Follow Screen Print
This unique, white glitter screen printed dollar bill was one of the first pieces Dave made in his new role as a screen printing artist.
An excellent reminder to keep pushing forward, doing what you love, purely because you love it!
A note from Holly…
This product was created in collaboration with Dave Buonaguidi to feature in my book, Do What You Love, Love What You Do.
Every micro chapter within the book features a unique small business product which creatively captures the key takeaway. I truly believe in the power of small business and wanted to bring the pages of my book to life in a way never done before, and allow you to share in that magic too. Because, believe me, when you do what you love, you’ll want to wear it, have it in your home and shout it from the rooftops too!
Get your copy of Do What You Love, Love What You Do and shop the full book collection here.
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Dave Buonaguidi – AKA Real Hackney Dave
Dave is a Hackney-based artist who combines the visual and verbal language of advertising and propaganda with unique imagery and materials of found objects and ephemera.
He employs a reactive approach to his art, using screen print and his bold typographic approach to push the boundaries of creativity and respond to cultural subjects and events in almost real time, as if a publisher going to print. Through his considered juxtaposition of known and unknown, he hopes to incite an emotional connection or reaction with the viewer.
Before becoming an artist, Dave worked in advertising for over 35 years, founding several creative agencies including St. Luke’s, 4Creative and Karmarama.
At 50, Dave quit his rat race job in the advertising industry to follow his dreams, rather than following the money.
‘I thought I had about thirty summers left in this world and I wanted to use my time wisely doing what I love.’
His ‘money will follow’ note was one of the first pieces he made in his new role as an artist and the piece that made us instantly fall in love with Dave. Holly bought this note as a reminder to hang on the wall in her home and we’ve been stocking Dave’s work ever since.