Hand screenprinted lettering and pills
- Limited edition of 10
- Signed and numbered
- 50cm x 40cm (Framed in a custom white box)
Three women, all of whom make a career in the world of glamour, experience a string of failed relationships.
As they get older, they resort to pills and barbiturate addiction to numb the pain they are going through, "dolls" being a slang term for depressant pills or "downers”.
Made for 'Bad Reputation' Exhibition at Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, London 2022
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Grow up is a father and son collaborative, launched during ‘Lockdown 2020’. Jack Blamire and his Dad, Mark Blamire, base their work on graphic art, typography, stencils, mixed media, fluorescent ink and profanity. “We’re inspired by the intense pressure on teenagers (and immature adults) to grow up and acknowledge the impact everyday life can have on mental well-being”. Blam’s design work is on permanent display in the 20th Century collection at the V&A museum London. He has produced and exhibited works for London design festival, Design Museum and curated content for other events for the V&A shop. Jack Blam began his professional career as an artist aged 14 when he contributed paintings for Art Car boot fair (December 2019), where his work was shown alongside many of his heroes. In June 2021 he did a short apprenticeship where his job roles were pulling screen-prints, getting ink on his clothes and feeding Jaffa cakes to David Buonaguidi.