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I first came across Chica's tacos walking back to our Airbnb after a night at the Staples centre drinking tequila and watching the Lakers, taken by the neon sign I snapped a picture on my phone and continued to wind my way home.

I went back the following day with the big camera and snapped away In the daylight, catching the comings and goings. For the illustration I've imagined these comings and goings as a neon lit night scene.

The final piece is a nine colour screen print on 9mm birch plywood finished with a clear resin in an edition of 12.

All the details are stamped on the reverse, where it is also signed. This piece is ready to hang without framing.
I first came across Chica's tacos walking back to our Airbnb after a night at the Staples centre drinking tequila and watching the Lakers, taken by the neon sign I snapped a picture on my phone and continued to wind my way home.

I went back the following day with the big camera and snapped away In the daylight, catching the comings and goings. For the illustration I've imagined these comings and goings as a neon lit night scene.

The final piece is a nine colour screen print on 9mm birch plywood finished with a clear resin in an edition of 12.

All the details are stamped on the reverse, where it is also signed. This piece is ready to hang without framing.
I first came across Chica's tacos walking back to our Airbnb after a night at the Staples centre drinking tequila and watching the Lakers, taken by the neon sign I snapped a picture on my phone and continued to wind my way home.

I went back the following day with the big camera and snapped away In the daylight, catching the comings and goings. For the illustration I've imagined these comings and goings as a neon lit night scene.

The final piece is a nine colour screen print on 9mm birch plywood finished with a clear resin in an edition of 12.

All the details are stamped on the reverse, where it is also signed. This piece is ready to hang without framing.
I first came across Chica's tacos walking back to our Airbnb after a night at the Staples centre drinking tequila and watching the Lakers, taken by the neon sign I snapped a picture on my phone and continued to wind my way home.

I went back the following day with the big camera and snapped away In the daylight, catching the comings and goings. For the illustration I've imagined these comings and goings as a neon lit night scene.

The final piece is a nine colour screen print on 9mm birch plywood finished with a clear resin in an edition of 12.

All the details are stamped on the reverse, where it is also signed. This piece is ready to hang without framing.

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Downtown lights - Limited Edition of 12

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Downtown lights - Limited Edition of 12 Print

Gerry Buxton

United Kingdom

Printmaking, Screenprinting on Wood

Size: 15.7 W x 23.6 H x 2 D in

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I first came across Chica's tacos walking back to our Airbnb after a night at the Staples centre drinking tequila and watching the Lakers, taken by the neon sign I snapped a picture on my phone and continued to wind my way home. I went back the following day with the big camera and snapped away In the daylight, catching the comings and goings. For the illustration I've imagined these comings and goings as a neon lit night scene. The final piece is a nine colour screen print on 9mm birch plywood finished with a clear resin in an edition of 12. All the details are stamped on the reverse, where it is also signed. This piece is ready to hang without framing.

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Print:Screenprinting on Wood

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:12

Size:15.7 W x 23.6 H x 2 D in

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Gerry Buxton is an illustrator and print maker based in South East London. He has produced commissioned illustration and print work for clients including The Tate Modern, London City Airport and the Marylebone Cricket club. His work mixes digital illustration with the time honoured discipline of screen printing. His illustrations describe the contemporary urban environment with both wit and a keen eye for detail.

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