Purchase Forever Lucky Limited Edition Archival Pigment Fine Art Prints on Watercolor Fine Art Paper by Graffiti Street Art and Pop Culture Artist Gemma Compton x Copyright.
Gemma Compton and Copyright collaboration Forever Lucky Limited Edition Print, 2019 Archival ink on fine art watercolor paper, hand finished with gold leaf 23 ½ x 23 ½ in., 60 x 60 cm Limited Edition of 30
In the dynamic and ever-evolving world of contemporary art, certain collaborations stand out for their profound resonance and remarkable synergy. The "Forever Lucky" limited edition print by Gemma Compton and Copyright represents just such a conjunction of artistic spirits. Created in 2019, this work of art combines the essence of street art, pop culture, and graffiti art, resulting in a masterpiece that captures the zeitgeist of the era. Gemma Compton's unique sensibilities, deeply rooted in graffiti and street art, meld seamlessly with the pop culture influences of Copyright, presenting a rich tableau of colors, patterns, and emotions. What sets this piece apart from other collaborations is the exceptional medium chosen for its creation. The archival ink on fine art watercolor paper not only adds longevity to the artwork but also enriches its visual texture. This substrate, traditionally associated with classic works of art, brings an unexpected sophistication to the vibrant and often rebellious world of street art. Further elevating the piece's luxuriousness is the hand-finished application of gold leaf. This meticulous detailing introduces a touch of opulence to the otherwise edgy imagery, creating a juxtaposition that is both intriguing and visually arresting. Sized at 23 ½ x 23 ½ inches or 60 x 60 cm, its dimensions provide ample space for the intricate designs and motifs to shine. With a limited run of just 30 prints, "Forever Lucky" emerges not just as a symbol of the artists' combined genius but also as a coveted collector's item. Each print, bearing the unmistakable imprints of both Gemma Compton and Copyright, encapsulates a moment in time where two artistic worlds collided to form something truly magnificent.