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M16 Assault Lolly

Kid

The Big Spongefinger
The Hick

 

  Artist:
Jamie Hewlett
  Title:
M16 Assault Lolly
  Year:
2005
  Medium:

Silkscreen screen print

  Size:
50 x 70 cm
  Edition:
750
  Price:
on request
   
   
Available

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Artist:
Jamie Hewlett
  Title:
Kid
  Year:
2003
  Medium:
Silkscreen
  Size:
50 x 70 cm
  Edition
363/500
  Price
on request
   
   
Available

 

 

 

 

 

  Artist:
Jamie Hewlett
  Title:
Big Spongefinger
  Year:
2003/4
  Medium:
Screenprint
  Size:
34.5cm x 70cm
  Edition
196/600
  Price
SOLD
   
   
Available

 

 

 

 

  Artist:
Jamie Hewlett
  Title:
The Hick
  Year:
2005
  Medium:
screen print
  Size:
35.5 x 70 cm
  Edition
750
  Price
on request
   
   
Available

 

Jamie Hewlett
English artist Jamie Hewlett (1968) is best known for co-creating comic strip Tank Girl and the band Gorillaz.
While studying at Northbrook College, Hewlett and Alan Martin created a fanzine called Atomtan which gained the attention of Brett Erwin. Erwin helped Hewlett and Martin expand one of their characters - Tank Girl into a comic strip for the comic magazine ‘Deadline.’ Anarchic, Tank Girl became the most popular strip in the magazine and earned a great deal of media attention. The teenage punk character became a style icon in the UK and the comic strip was later made into a Hollywood Motion Picture. Hewlett went on to becoming a major cartoon creator working on strips for Sci-Fi comic 2000 AD most notably with writer Peter Milligan on Hewliggan’s Haircut.
In 2001, Jamie Hewlett and Damon Albarn released the first album of the virtual anti-band Gorillaz. Albarn produces the music while Hewlett designs the characters of the band. Both Gorillaz and their second album Demon Days was a huge success and earned Hewlett the Design Museum’s Designer of the Year award in 2006.
Hewlett’s style has a quirky edge that has made him a forerunner of post-punk British pop culture.

 

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