In October 2018 we will be publishing XXXXX, a 300 page full colour monograph covering 50 years of Jamie’s work.
To help fund this publication we have released the Black Queen screen print edition in 2 colourways and made a sampler book showing 40 pages from the forthcoming title.
The first 113 purchases of the Black Queen screen print came with a FREE copy of this sampler.
ALL SAMPLERS NOW SOLD OUT.
Black Queen in Red, Blue and Silver
Three colours over-layed on a black oak base motif.
Each print rough and readily pulled by hand at L-13 with randomised offsetting.
Each print unique.
59 x 41 cm
Edition of 250 signed and numbered by the artist.
Black Queen in Red
One colour screen print hand pulled onto a black oak base motif.
Each print rough and readily pulled by hand at L-13.
60 x 40 cm
Edition of 100 signed and numbered by the artist.
WARNING: All prints are hand printed by specially untrained L-13 technicians. Prints may come with dings, scratches and other marks that bare the evidence of their making.
The XXXXX Sampler
NOW SOLD OUT
40 full colour pages from the forthcoming book
Jamie Reid: XXXXX 1968 – 2018
Saddle stitched (staples) with separated screen printed cover on metallic silver card, shrink wrapped with title star screen printed on the shrink wrap.
30 x 23 cm
Edition of 113 signed and numbered by the artist.
The XXXXX Book
XXXXX is a 300 page full-colour, comprehensive survey of collages, paintings, & sketches by British artist, iconoclast, anarchist, punk, hippy, shit-stirring rebel & romantic Jamie Reid.
This visual diary assembles Reid’s earliest graphic ventures out of art school, raw material from his most famous works for the Sex Pistols and unseen flashes of rebellion and beauty up to the present day.
In true DIY ethos this book serves up Reid’s Anarchist, Situationist, Surrealist, Dadaist & Druidic influences with wild energy and no explanations: to allow the work to speak for itself, to allow readers to draw their own connections.
XXXXX to be released November 2018 on the occasion of a major exhibition of Reid’s work at Humber Street Gallery, Hull.