Change is a fantastic five colour screenprint on Somerset Satin 300gsm paper by graffiti artist Ben Eine.
This exciting new silkscreen from Ben Eine is a limited edition print version of the artwork Ben produced for The Body Shop®. The artwork appeared on a limited edition Hemp hand cream, the word change also communicates the Body Shop ethos of changing the world for the better. Featuring Ben Eine’s iconic typography in back in white with the bold green yellow red and blue in the background.
Limited Edition Print
This is a limited edition print of 100. Signed and numbered by the artist.
Size (CM): 66 X 48
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About the Artist
Ben Eine is one of London’s most prolific and original street artists. Anyone who visits East London on a regular basis will be familiar with the giant letters and words that adorn his preferred canvas…the walls and shop shutters of the city.
Ben Eine hit the headlines when his piece ‘21st Century City’ was given as a gift by David Cameron to Barak Obama on his first state visit to the USA in 2010.
Eine specialises in producing huge letters on shop fronts across London. From single letters to complex and wry combinations, Eine’s alphabet can be found throughout London. His huge individual letters are in a style he has made his own, originality, a distinctive style and a clear profile sets his letters apart from all others.
Ben Eine is not just a master graffiti artist, he is also the man behind the printing of some of the most iconic works to come out of the ‘Pictures on Walls’ studio over the last five years. Eine’s screen printing skills have helped produce some of the most sought after prints from some of the greatest street artists on the planet.
Eine’s work has been exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo and all over Europe including; ‘V1’ in Copenhagen (with Banksy) and ‘Collette’ in Paris. His painting commissions have also taken him all over the world, including trips to Israel, Australia and India.
In 2013 Eine found a new champion of his work in millionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson. Branson’s airline Virgin Atlantic displayed 10 works by the artist in their upper-class clubhouses at Heathrow and New York’s JFK airport. The innovative move allowed passengers travelling between London and New York to view the works in a “virtual gallery” and acquire paintings by the shutter-painting superstar.