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|Provenance:||Hand signed by the artist.|
|Dimensions:||42 × 59 cm|
|Paper:||Fine Art Paper|
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Forty Two was inspiRed or is part homage, or more likely just a straight rip-off of an illustration from Jung’s Red Book.
Forty Two is also a nod to Douglas Adams’ Hitch Hiker Guide to the Galaxy.
I seem to have fallen into making stuff relating to numbers recently, and the number Forty Two exists in the (British) public consciousness as the as the meaning of life, or the futility of the meaning of.
I’m sure there could be some clever link between Jung’s collective unconscious – which he was working on when he made the Red Book and the cultural consciousness of the number 42 – but if there is it’s over my head… i just work here…