It's that time of year when cupid flys through the air looking for its next victim. In light of our first valentines celebrated during a national lockdown and a global pandemic, 45RPM x Moniker Editions brings you a two-colour silk screen Love Bites t-shirt and Prisioner of Love Valentines card.
T-shirts are standard Unisex Size 100% cotton t-shirts.
45RPM Love Bites T-shirt & Prisoner of Love card
45RPM is a multi-disciplinary artist with fingers in lots of creative pies. He specialise in graphic design and illustration, but dabbles in anything creative that is thrown his way. He spends his days between his studio in the heart of Bristol and working in a million different towns, especially If there is travelling involved. He has worked around the globe, and collaborated with global brands including Lacoste, Penguin, Beck's, and Adidas. He has been published in numerous books including Thames & Hudson's best selling Street Sketchbooks.
From Billboards to planes, theres not much he hasn't painted!
£1 from each t-shirt will be donated directly to the newly formed Moniker Foundation, a not for profit arts foundation dedicated to documenting and perserving the Urban and Contemporary art movement.
The Moniker Foundation aims to:
• Build a collection that documents Urban and New Contemporary art
• Create a public showcase for the breadth of Urban and New Contemporary art
• Help to support and develop the artists, careers and creative practices
• Develop educational resources for artists, curators and art collectors
• Establish dialogue with our network of leading figures within Urban and New Contemporary art
• Document the growth and development of Urban, Street, Graffiti and New Contemporary art
• Create a platform for the Moniker Collection to be loved, admired and engaged with
Over the coming years, the Moniker Foundation will continue to build on a 10 year legacy of Moniker Art Fair to support and encourage the growth of the contemporary art market, being a leading supporter to the artists, galleries and curators that have helped develop the subculture.