kozyndan said "People don't know what the secret ingredient is and they don't really care. All they know is this is the best sushi in town! That is the tag line that pops up in our minds when we think about this piece. Its actually comes from a rather despairing feeling we have knowing that people are literally eating fish species to extinction, particularly blue fin tuna specifically because people have taken to consuming huge quantities of sushi. We are never ones to 'HIT' people over the head about some issue though, so this idea of a sushi bar with fish men masked as humans serving raw human to rabid human customers came about. It is the 17th in our series of panoramic artworks. We will be debuting the new panoramic at a solo show at Nelly Duff, London on Thursday June 3rd."
two metres of fun...so for the purposes of viewing on the web you'll have to turn your head to the side as there isn't a screen long enough to view this panoramic..
The gallery exhibits editions and original pieces from artists at the forefront of the Street, Tattoo and Graphic art world, including international artists from Barcelona to Baltimore.
Nelly Duff champions the development of high quality hand-made editions; supporting traditional craft and age-old techniques. The gallery was one of the first physical spaces to exhibit Street Art internationally.
Nelly Duff currently holds the world record for the highest number of screens used to produce a hand pulled screen-printed edition, with Ben EINE. The artist’s ‘Twenty First Century’ canvas was gifted to President Obama, by David Cameron, during a state visit in 2010.
In March 2012, Nelly Duff was invited to be a main exhibitor at the prestigious ‘Pick Me Up Art Fair’, Somerset House. Some 30,000 people attended the exhibition. Furthermore, in April 2012 Nelly Duff was invited by the Victoria & Albert Museum to take part in ‘Street Art, Tripol.’ In partnership with the British Council, this was the first international exhibition to visit post revolutionary Libya.
Nelly Duff is regularly invited to contribute to lectures at the University of the Arts, London.