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Latest Upfest Print reaches places that Prints were never meant to get to


As part of the Latest Gallery show we have exciting new release from Copyright that is sure to twist your noodles. Copyright is currently featuring alongside Gemma Compton in our Breakout series of exhibitions showcasing work that our artists have been producing during lockdown. This makes for a particularly bright blast of colour adorning our walls right now, but we’re not letting the bounds of physical reality determine just how colourful we’re going to be. Using the power of cutting edge nerd technology we have created an additional layer of free flowing psychedelia. Combine our new Print with its Augmented Reality Instagram Filter and see the print leap off your screen and dance magically for your entertainment.

Using new media is no new thing to Copyright. He has been adapting and developing new styles and techniques for years now. He fuses classical painting with Spray, with stencils and with brushstrokes; Pre-Raphaelites with Warhol; Shakespeare with Hitchcock. So it’s no surprise that he’s taken a step into another dimension. The Print is available to buy now at our site, and you can grab the AR filter over at Instagram. The high quality Giclee Print comes with a Blockchain secured digital version courtesy of our highly trained nerds over at It’s a very limited edition, only 13 available, so don’t miss out.


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