Three Can was originally commissioned by a principal director of'Greenpeace' back in 1988 these vibrant, series of full-colour environmental designs are as topically relevant today as ever. The original paintings were completed in 1993-5 and were exhibited in Japan's'Metropolitan Art Museum', Tokyo. Since their creation over thirty years ago, these rare, timeless designs have never been reproduced. Giclée print on the finest archival 308gsm heavy-duty paper, unsigned, Giclée print 1440 dpi 10 colour gallery quality.
Available print sizes: 12in x 18in (305 x 457mm), 16in x 24in (406 x 610mm), 18in x 27in (457 x 686mm). Simon McKellar studied Art and Design in mid-Eighties London, where he won the top national'Design and Art Direction' (D&AD) award. In the late Eighties (88), a principal director of a young'Greenpeace' approached him with a view to produce a series of vibrant environmental designs that would reflect the modern aesthetic: where'Greenpeace' wanted to be.Considered so modern, the designs were taken on by U2's (merchandising) manager and distributed on merchandise via leading retail outlets throughout Europe. Moving to Japan in the nineties (93-2000) to practise internal energy arts at the'World Headquarters', in Tokyo, Simon then worked with leading design companies, brands and individuals, undertaking creative projects ranging from art and design, merchandising and interiors, to high - end structures and one-off pieces of organic furniture. A diverse client base ran from Levis Japan to IDEE, Tokyo's leading design hub. The original environmental paintings were exhibited there in 1995, at the'Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum'. The passage of time sees him now engaged in his current body of work; an abstract series reflecting on fundamental patterns that occur in the natural world.
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