Lot 7 - Dave Buonaguidi - Lust 2 2/2
Screenprint Ink on Paper
A6 (10X15CM) Original Artwork
Signed on front and verso
Dave Buonaguidi A.K.A Real Hackney Dave
Hackney-based artist Dave Buonaguidi creates work that provokes and stimulates a reaction. Working mostly with word-based prints, he unites his own photography, vintage maps and pop culture images with poignant reflections.
In 2003 he created the iconic MAKE TEA NOT WAR poster for the anti-war march. It now is part of the collection at the V&A and hangs in the Trento museum of modern art.
Dave has worked in advertising for over 30 years, founding St. Luke’s, the worlds first advertising co-operative and labelled as ‘the most frightening company on earth’ by the Harvard Business Review. He has since worked as Creative Director at Channel4, founded the advertising agency Karmarama and Chief Creative Officer of the London office of Crispin Porter and Bogusky.
Dave works on found images and materials, experimenting with the practice of screenprinting to push the boundaries of what it is and can be. Past examples include printing with pheromones, sprinkles, printing onto copper plates and just about anything else he can find, showing the investigative approach he takes to his printing practice. His work aims to cause a reaction in the viewer, the juxtaposition of familiar images with overlaying text or a smattering of controversy or the odd swear word to accentuate. Buonaguidi uses the techniques of mass communication and advertising, pairing with found imagery and objects and assertive text that challenges the viewer.
I studied a foundation course and then a graphics course at Epsom School of Art and Design.
One Man’s Trash – Jealous Gallery 2016
Say It With Flowers – Nelly Duff Gallery 2018
Printclub London – Blisters, Paper Back Edition 2018
Sweet Nothings Overheard – Jealous Gallery 2019
Printclub London – Blisters, Back in The Day 2019
Looking For Love – Jealous Gallery 2020
Word On The Street – BSMT Space 2020
You Are Here – Jealous Gallery 2020
The Drang Gallery.