ACBF Flora and Fauna Edition 2021

 We're excited to release 5 brand new editions at Art Car Boot Fair Flora and Fauna edition by Adam Bridgland, Sara Pope and Rugman as well as our first ever prints with Lauren Baker and Maisie Cowell.

ACBF 15-17 May 2021



KISS ME by Lauren Baker


Fine art giclée print Hahnemuhle German Etching

148 x 105 mm (A6)

Limited edition of 50

Signed and numbered by the artist 

Regular price £150
ACBF price £100



'KISS ME' is inspired by two souls in a love bubble, acting on impulse and passion. The desire for physical touch and intimacy is illustrated in glowing neon form, a signature style of Lauren Baker works. The text reads: 'Just Kiss Me, We Can Talk Later'

Lauren Baker


Lauren Baker is a British contemporary multidisciplinary artist who exhibits internationally. Her work explores human connection, metaphysics and the expansiveness of the universe. Lauren's signature neon works portray the power of energy through her poetic typographic and celestial chakra artworks. Passionate about environmental issues and sustainability, the artist uses light to express the 'secrets of the universe' and aims to raise the vibration of love and connection within the world. 

She is an experimental artist whose practice expands across multiple disciplines and mediums to address the vastness of the universe. Conceptually grounded but also aesthetically striking, her work involves making the unseen seen. Baker’s visual style is often built around either emitting or reflecting light. Many of her pieces directly reference the frequencies emitted by astronomical bodies, as well as those attributed to plants, human organs and chakras.   

A sense of mystery and emergence - of connecting with something beyond or much bigger than our own immediate world - pulsates throughout her work. 



Emotional Gangsta by Sara Pope


Fine art giclée print with a black glitter overlay background on Somerset satin enhanced 330 gsm paper

148 x 105 mm (A6)

Limited edition of 100

Signed and numbered by the artist 

Regular price £75
ACBF price £70



"I love how the simple expression of a mouth can convey a whole mood. In this piece I wanted to create some serious attitude, playful but not to be toyed with, a lip curl of feisty defiance .. Emotional Gangsta."

- Sara Pope


We are super excited about our newest edition ‘Emotional Gangsta’ with Sara Pope, released especially for the Art Car Boot Fair. With its feisty lip curl, its black glitter and its braces, Emotional Gangsta is brimming with attitude. This will be our 9th edition with Sara and we absolutely love our mini editions, they work so well with each other. 

Sara’s early commercial work, in fashion, beauty and media proved to be the inspiration for her art. Working in oils and acrylic, she makes use of bold, attractive colours with high shine gloss. Her painting style imitates the slickness of advertising, whilst provocatively subverting its themes. 

Sara is best known for her seductive paintings of bold, colourful, voluptuous lips. She aims to capture the glamour and sexual power conveyed by a pair of lips. All her paintings from this series start with a photographic shoot, a model and some make up. Exploring the ideas of communication, she asks the model, to think of emotions, love, happiness or flirtation, which she captures photographically. The painting process for these Lip portraits involves several thin layers of oil, being overlaid over each other to create a translucent, glass like quality. Hyper realism has become a major theme in her lips painting. 

Sara is also known for her portraits, most notably having a portrait of the Pope accepted into the Vatican collection



Wild at Heart by Rugman


Digital archival print with hand finished gold leaf  

Hahnemuhle photo rag 

Edition of 50 

Each Print is Signed, dated, stamped and thumb printed on verso  

10x16 cm

Regular price £65
ACBF price £55



"The message behind most of my pin up work is to celebrate the beauty of a by gone era and also look at the strong force of the female spirit. I have 3 daughters and a lovely wife I adore and she is a fierce feminist and fantastic role model for my 3 strong spirited, gorgeous and clever daughters. The message behind Wild At Heart is to celebrate the beauty and strength of feminism and the goddess of Mother Nature. The beauty and strength of the female."

- Rugman


We are very happy to be working with long-time friend of Art on a Postcard Rugman on a brand-new print created especially for Art Car Boot Fair.  

Wild at Heart is part of Rugman’s newest series with playing cards. Each print in the edition of 50 is hand finished with gold leaf.

Over the last 20 years, his art has been exhibited internationally, in Barcelona, New York, California, Dublin, Stockholm and London. He has done many solo shows – in more recent years at The Saatchi Gallery and subsequently Jealous Gallery in London. He has also been involved in ground-breaking group shows exhibiting alongside the world’s leading artists at Cans 1 and 2 at Londons now famous graffiti and street art spot Waterloo station 

Anthonys artwork streams seamlessly into the commercial world where he has collaborated successfully in projects with Bulgari, Hypebeast, LeCool magazine, Art-rocker, Red Bull, NVIDIA, Edwin Jeans, Lucky 7 caps and Saatchi Gallery. For the Bulgari project, he was chosen as one of six artists in total internationally to represent London, painting the UK flagship Bulgari store on Sloane Street for International Mother’s Day.

His designs and art have been worn and collected by comedian and writer Tim Minchin, actors Tom Hardy, Eva Green, Tom Davis, and Stephen Graham, and musicians Maverick Sabre, Mikill Pane, Ben Drew (a.k.a. Plan B), Joey Bada$$, Howlett of The Prodigy, Travis Barker of Blink 182, and Grant Nicholas of FEEDER. Most recently producing the album cover artwork for FEEDER’s Tallulah album in 2019.


Last ones picked at the orgy by Maisie Cowell


Fine art giclée print on Hahnemühle German Etching

148 x 105 mm (A6)

Limited edition of 100

Signed and numbered by the artist 

Regular price £55
ACBF price £45



"This work is a fine art giclée print on Hahnemühle German Etching paper, from a mixed media acrylic, ink and collage drawing. The intention was to make something that pokes fun at self-consciousness and insecurity, and that sometimes it is okay to not be the first choice."

- Maisie Cowell


Maisie Cowell is a London based Illustrator,  who previously studied foundation art and design at Kingston University, and graduated from an Illustration degree at Brighton University in 2020. 

Whilst the majority of her work consists of illustration and larger-scale acrylic paintings, she also writes comics, narrative and humour being an incredibly important part of her practice.  

 “It’s a bit masochistic, I think sometimes my work is a bit of an exercise in poking fun at the things I don’t really want to admit about myself”



My Favourite Colour is Rainbow by Adam Bridgland


Digital archival print with hand painted varnish overlay 

Edition of 100 

21 x 14.8 cm, cut edge

Regular price £65
ACBF price £55



"I have completed a number of rainbow images over the past year but this particular image holds a special resonance. The original from which the new edition was created was completed in the middle of the first lockdown. At that point, we were all unsure of what the future was going to look like and my escape and hope came through painting in the garden with my family, together. As we move back to a type of normality it is important to remember the positives that came out of these darker months."

- Adam Bridgland


We are delighted to be working with Adam Bridgland on a run of his iconic My Favourite Colour is Rainbow print. The Rainbow has become a symbol of our times over the last year signifying hope and resilience as well as being adopted as an emblem with embodies our love for the NHS. Adam’s striking rainbow is so abundant it comes spills of the sheet. Everyone needs a rainbow on their wall.

Royal College of Art alumni Adam Bridgland is a Cambridge based artist who creates bold and playful, yet nostalgic works which often explore notions of Britishness and times gone by. 

Bridgland's multidisciplinary practice ranges from small scale badges to large-scale murals and public artworks, with affection and humour being a common thread throughout. He has exhibited widely both in the UK and internationally and has work in public and private collections, including some notable commissions.


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