Women Of The World Take Over - Gold Edition


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    • 18th April
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    • 29th April - 1st May


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This is a new edition of the now SOLD OUT print selected by Grayson Perry as part of The RA Summer Exhibition 2022.

The text is taken from a song by Scottish poet Ivor Cutler called "Women Of The World Take Over'. However, I thought taking over sounded too simplistic for these times and that they would have to do it by force, so I added 'RISE UP'. But don't worry, if women do take over the future is bright. That's why she's wearing sunglasses.

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8 colour hand-pulled screenprint on 300gsm Somerset Satin paper
Hand finished with 24 carat gold leaf
Print dimensions 76cm x 56cm
Signed limited edition of 100


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Ewan Taylor, Redbellyboy, art, artist, printer, prints, screen prints, limited edition, colour, colourful, bold, love, humour



Redbellyboy, AKA Ewan Taylor, is an artist specialising in limited edition, handmade screen prints. His unique style draws inspiration from pop culture, film, graphic design, loud music and tries to squeeze as much of it in as possible. Bright colours, bold lettering, intricate designs, and humour are all key ingredients.