With the Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair returning to London on Sunday 9th July, we have a list of top bargains up for grabs at one of the most anticipated art events of the year – all taking place in Vauxhall, the birthplace of Vauxhall Motors.
Whether you’re an art connoisseur or enthusiast, or simply hunting for a bargain, we have some top tips to help buy some of the best bargains from some of the most renowned artists including Billy Childish, Sir Peter Blake and Colin Self, who will be selling original pieces and staple items at this unmissable event.
Carrie Reichardt and Bob Osborne will be selling a selection of London themed Edwardian and Victorian postcards – all unique and upcycled with a satirical twist
Schoony will be selling his Boysoldier toys at the Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair – previous works have been collected by Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Damon Albarn and Benedict Cumberbatch
Jeremy Deller ‘Strong and Stable My Arse’ will be selling his iconic limited-edition poster from Flying Leaps. This project is a street display and web platform for artists’ poster prints – often with a strong socio-political message
Billy Childish has created the Linocut/woodcut edition of Mangel Press prints to be sold, plus each customer will have the chance to win an original 61cm x 46cm painting (normal value £8k)
Christian Furr has produced hand-finished prints of Battenberg oil paintings, 20 in each of 5 colourways, with a free slice of Battenberg with every print
Sophy Rickett, known for her night scenes, roadsides and roadside plants will be selling 100 limited edition versions of her iconic ‘Vauxhall Bridge’ image
Ben Eine will be keeping with the theme with his ‘V’ for Vauxhall piece for £125 only
For £100 - £500
Colin Self, one of the original pop artists along with Peter Blake has designed beautiful and original drawings for sale
For £200 - £300
Marcus Harvey has produced ‘Boot’ ceramic sculptures
Harland Miller is famous for his large scale witty painted riffs on Penguin Book covers, and has designed 99 prints of ‘Hate’s Outta Date,’ and a 1 in a 100 chance to get the original work
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