Pencil Pusher - 70 x 100cm - 370gsm paper - screen print - edition of 30 - signed by the artist - Charlie Evaristo-Boyce.
A nod to all creatives out there who draw, write, sketch and design. In a time where pencils are less prevalent and the persistence of touch screens, tablets and technology are growing. This big print of tiny pencils is a reminder to keep connected to this simple and effective tool. A recent study has shown that children have less hand dexterity now than they did 10 years ago, due to the over use of technology and the decline of traditional toys. Time to put down the iPad and pick up the pencil!
Oh and the artist used a graphics tablet to design this print.
Available framed in white wooden frame as shown, or unframed.
About the artist:
Charlie Evaristo-Boyce is a British artist who is based in the seaside town of Margate. He has curated and ran ‘ Margate’s Most Medium Sized Gallery’ his own gallery which exhibits prints and original artworks. His work explores found imagery and he takes inspiration from the graphics that already exist in the world. Using silkscreen printing he fragments, enlarges, manipulates and multiplies these images and creates his own visual language.