Work No. 3370 (2019) by Martin Creed employs a typically constrained methodology.
The screen print blocks follow a simple geometric system. The size of each of the alternate colour/white stripes are a twelfth of the total image area, and the angle of the stripes are positioned at 30 degrees
to the horizontal. The choice of colours are the full range of stock fluorescent glitters supplied by the countries number 1 glitter manufacturer.
The print itself is designed to be displayed at 60 degrees to the horizontal bringing the stripes into a vertical orientation.
ONE HUNDRED YEARS is a fundraising set of fine art prints that celebrates 100 years of Save the Children. A third of the profits from the sale of this print will be donated to Save the Children. The Save the Children Fund is a charity registered in England and Wales (213890) and Scotland (SC039570).
You can view details of each of the editions here
Work began on the 100 Years project in 2018 when we were asked by Greg Nugent (of Inc London) if we could get involved in help raise funds for, and awareness of, the Save the Children’s centenary celebrations. We had worked with Greg before to make the London 2012 official prints.
Together with Sir Nicholas Serota and Tracey Emin we invited 10 international artists to make a print which reflected broadly on the theme of childhood. As always, it’s a fascinating and exciting process developing a series of prints and seeing how different artists respond to the brief.
There has also been the added pleasure of producing the majority of the prints in our new print studio in Margate which has allowed us to give extra time and attention to creating them. The outcome of this is that we have been able to produce a truly exceptional portfolio of work.
We are proud to be involved with Save the Children. We will be donating 1/3 of the profits from sale of the prints to the charity which provide vital support for the incredibly important work that they carry our with vulnerable children around the world.