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  • Hitched, Run For The Hills - CultureLabel - 1 (black; full image)
  • Hitched, Run For The Hills - CultureLabel - 2 (white- framed)
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  • Hitched, Run For The Hills - CultureLabel - 4 (whitel detail)
  • Hitched, Run For The Hills - CultureLabel - 5 (white; full image)
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Hitched, Run For The Hills - CultureLabel - 1 (black; full image) Hitched, Run For The Hills - CultureLabel - 2 (white- framed) Hitched, Run For The Hills - CultureLabel - 3 (black- close up) Hitched, Run For The Hills - CultureLabel - 4 (whitel detail) Hitched, Run For The Hills - CultureLabel - 5 (white; full image)

Hitched

Run For The Hills

£50.00 GBP

Limited Edition Print

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About

Show your love of film noir, typography and East London legends with this intricate silhouette portrait of the one and only Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock. A thrilling collaboration between graphic artist Dex and interior designer Anna Burles, Run For The Hills is a creative meeting of minds (and pencils). The pair's celebrated first collection was an homage to London's magnificent literary heritage, while the launch of their exciting second collection, Film Noir, brings classic films and film icons into the spotlight.

Limited Edition

There are only 250 of these - each signed and numbered by the artist.

Quote About the Print

"Alfred Hitchcock hails from Leytonstone, East London. Sneak along the underpass next to the tube and there are wall murals celebrating their local boy done good. We lost him to Hollywood along the way, where he became one of the most lauded directors of all time.Too many people think Hitchcock is only about the Tinseltown years. So this piece is about reclaiming the master of suspense for London. Some of his most iconic films were based on the works of London-writer, Dame Daphne du Maurier, including "The Birds". Her classic novel "Rebecca" was also the inspiration for Hitchcock's Oscar-winning film."

Details

Run For The Hills have used exquisite quality archival fine art paper, 308gsm.

Size (cm): 21(w) x 30(h)

Unframed prints packaged in a postal tube.

Posted recorded delivery.

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