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Happy Halloween! CultureLabel's Six Spooky Favourites!

Posted on October 17 2017

Halloween is now only two weeks away!

With the spooky season fast approaching, we thought it would be a good time to spotlight a selection of our frightfully fantastic pieces.

Limited Edition Print

Steven Quinn creates epic collages pasted together from cut-outs of old magazines, fanzines, posters and his own photography. The results are devastatingly poignant landscapes and portraits, often with an apocalyptic theme. Steven Quinn plays with imagery in a fresh and unique way, toying with ideas and twisting images from their original context into new and sometimes humorous narratives.

Scare Bear T-shirt and Tote
Apparel, Exclusive to CultureLabel
From £20 This is an exclusive design from best selling artist Jimbobart, depicting a Halloween Bear - produced in a limited edition of 50 each for last years' Halloween.

Madame Blush
Stretched Canvas Print
From £183

The name Mineheart was inspired by the Shakespearian quotation "Mine eye and heart..." and represents the partnership between eye and heart that creates great design.  To symbolise their dual passions; love for tradition and eye for contemporary design which are combined in often surprising and delightful ways such as with this eerie artwork.

Tree Study in Negative #4
Bob Marshall
Limited Edition Print

Bob Marshall is a printmaker and photographer drawn to the landscape. Marshall uses old techniques and processes invented in the Victorian era to create these beautiful yet spooky prints.

Darkness of Life is Living Death
Magnus Gjoen
Limited Edition Print

This striking piece adopts Gjoen’s iconic and signature style which has seen his popularity soar in the art world. Gjoen examines how to change people’s relationship and preconceived notions of objects creating beautiful yet fragile pieces of art. His work often encompasses themes of religion, war, beauty and destruction.

Simone Truong
Limited Edition Print

Simone Truong's work illustrates a delicate melancholy. Flora and fauna bloom and decay in painterly gestures, arrangements of petals float seamlessly in placid space.   The ambiguous future of these subjects highlights the beauty of the mundane natural life cycle.

Still craving that spooky something? 


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