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4. Endless

Lizzie Vuitton Blue

Estimate: £10,000 - 15,000

Hyper-Colour-Pop-Culture - Lot 4, Endless, Lizzie Vuitton Blue

Signed 'Endless' (lower right) 
Mixed media with gold leaf and resin on canvas
Framed: 125 x 95 cm.
Painted in 2018

 

Please note, the image of this work was updated on 13 May 2019. 

The Queen, Louis Vuitton and gold leaf combine to form a painting of icons from the London-based urban artist's Brand Worship series. 

Endless creates artwork that comments on modern society's "worship of high-end brands and constant desire for luxury items". In Lizzie Vuitton Blue, the gold leaf and designer symbols are layered around the Queen - a person the artist recognises as Britain's ultimate icon. 

The playful expression of the Queen is Endless' nod to the British punk scene, a subject that features throughout his artwork. To mark the 40th anniversary of punk, the artist was even commissioned by Liberty London to create an monumental homage to movement on Regent Street.

Lizzie Vuitton Blue was featured on the cover of Damn Magazine - A European magazine on Contemporary Culture.

Accolades

Endless' paintings are collected internationally and have been exhibited throughout London, including as a large-scale installation in the windows of Liberty's London. Endless gained media attention with his London billboard campaign to raise awareness of body shaming adverts. He has also presented his timeless CHAPEL artwork on the walls of the landmark Oxo Tower and a on a video installation at the windows of Flannel’s Building at Oxford Street. Endless' artwork can also be found at Contini Contemporary Gallery, London.

Hyper-Colour-Pop-Culture - Lot 4, Endless, Lizzie Vuitton Blue

16 May May 16

Alon Zakaim Fine Art, W1S 4LD