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- Artist Biography
Accept & Proceed are an East London design team, who produce labour intensive artworks that illuminate the beauty hidden within raw data. Their works combine pinpoint accuracy with seemingly effortless elegance. The collective are currently in their 8th year of an annual series of artworks, depicting the hours of light and dark for the forthcoming year, entitled the ‘Light Calendar’ series. Each year the team challenge themselves to interpret annual light and dark as viewed from London, in a fresh and intriguing way. And they always succeed! Each painstakingly-considered piece pays homage to the wonders of physics, and evokes a sense of awe at the unseen forces that shape our everyday lives, far beyond human control yet stunningly harnessed by Accept & Proceed.
- Artwork Analysis
Issued by ‘the Rattle and Tank of Cockney’ these lavishly produced notes are available in three denominations: Speckled Hen, Pony and Monkey.
Each note features an intricate map of London postcodes as well as a metallic foil River Thames, the scale of the map is at its largest on the highest value note and is Reduced proportionately on the lower value notes. Traditionally, the measure of a true cockney is to be born within the ‘sound of the Bow Bells’, each note highlights the position of St Mary-le-bow Church and features a series of radiating lines showing the distance coveRed by the note.
Identity Print painstakingly printed the notes with 6 special fluorescent
inks, 1 metallic ink, 2 different foils and a blind deboss.
Printed in an edition of 100, signed and numbeRed.
- Shipping Information
Collection: Free collection from our London Gallery. UK: Royal Mail 1st Class - £8 Royal Mail Next Day - £11 Europe: Recorded Delivery - £14 Worldwide: Recorded Delivery - £18
- Framing Options
London For those available to visit our London gallery, Nelly offer a premium framing service. Please drop us an email or call the gallery on 0207 033 9683. Shipping Framing is currently unavailable for online orders at Nelly Duff.