Anthony Burrill works across a range of media, including posters, moving image and three-dimensional work. He combines an instinctive handling of colour and composition with a witty approach to words. Printmaking is an important part of Burrill’s practice and he creates limited edition prints with slogans including “Work Hard and Be Nice to People” that have become mantras for the design community and beyond.
Wilfrid Wood was born in London and grew up in rural Sussex. He studied graphics at Central St. Martins, then got a job in publishing. He soon got bored of that and applied to be a 'headbuilder' for the satirical TV program Spitting Image. When that ended he became a freelance sculptor.
Anthony Burrill and Wilfrid Wood have collaborated on the artwork for the brand new "Make Love Not War" print especially for Tom Dixon's Multiplex at The Dock. This is not the first time the two have worked together and we hope it's not the last!
The positives for the print are hand cut and painted stencils and the print is made up of five cololur layers.
Edition Size: 30
For Sale: 30