Gift Box — B1502-5B19
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This elegant matchbox-style gift box contains four designs from Stereohype's growing button badge collection – now available for the first time in this superb packaging solution. A rose-gold foil-blocked Stereohype mascot squirrel was hand-printed in the UK at the top of the gift box (outside dimensions: 75 x 72 x 16mm). Inside the beautiful matt black cardboard gift box is a black flock pad and badges are directly pinned into it. All Stereohype button badges available at stereohype.com are classic high quality one inch (25mm) metal back badges with so-called D-pin (although it looks more like an 'e'). Tiny stickers at the back of each button badge mention the artist, release date, series number, etc. Badges are manufactured with love and care in the United Kingdom.
These artworks are from Stereohype's B.I.O. (By Invitation Only) Button Badge Series 19.
Stewy (AKA Andy Steward) is a UK stencil street-artist making life size stencils of groundbreaking, obscure and forgotten psycho-geographic Icons and an ever expanding library of British Animals. These images have progressed from small pigeons, created in London and Brighton in 2007 to his most recent American icon series including Patti Smith, Thurston Moore, Yoko Ono, Steve Reich and Adam Yauch – all chosen by Stewy.
He is interested in the placing the imagery in the right urban location to highlight the notion of nature reclaiming the city or a person located where they worked lived or died – nothing appears by accident. Stewy’s work can often be seen in obscure locations away from the main Street art hotspots adding a narrative through image and locations, like Dylan Thomas at his local pub in Laugharne or Sylvia Plath in Hebden Bridge not far from where she’s buried. The work can been seen Manchester, Birmingham, Hastings, Brighton, London, Bristol. Originally from Birmingham he graduated from Brighton of University in 1997 and currently lives in Bristol.
External link: stewy.eu
Created by: Stewy / Andy Steward