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JOE WEBB 'Eng Game' UV Print w/Screen Print Glitter Varnish
JOE WEBB 'Eng Game' UV Print w/Screen Print Glitter Varnish
JOE WEBB 'Eng Game' UV Print w/Screen Print Glitter Varnish
JOE WEBB 'Eng Game' UV Print w/Screen Print Glitter Varnish
JOE WEBB 'Eng Game' UV Print w/Screen Print Glitter Varnish
JOE WEBB 'Eng Game' UV Print w/Screen Print Glitter Varnish
JOE WEBB 'Eng Game' UV Print w/Screen Print Glitter Varnish
JOE WEBB 'Eng Game' UV Print w/Screen Print Glitter Varnish
JOE WEBB 'Eng Game' UV Print w/Screen Print Glitter Varnish
JOE WEBB 'Eng Game' UV Print w/Screen Print Glitter Varnish
JOE WEBB 'Eng Game' UV Print w/Screen Print Glitter Varnish
JOE WEBB 'Eng Game' UV Print w/Screen Print Glitter Varnish
JOE WEBB 'Eng Game' UV Print w/Screen Print Glitter Varnish
JOE WEBB 'Eng Game' UV Print w/Screen Print Glitter Varnish
JOE WEBB 'Eng Game' UV Print w/Screen Print Glitter Varnish
JOE WEBB 'Eng Game' UV Print w/Screen Print Glitter Varnish

JOE WEBB 'Eng Game' UV Print w/Screen Print Glitter Varnish

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'End Game' by Joe Webb, 2022
Reboot design of the artist's ‘One Day The Sun Will Kill Us All’, 2018.
23.6 x 39.4 Inches
60 x 100 Centimeters
UV print with screen print glitter varnish on 410gsm Somerset Enhanced Velvet fine art paper.
Limited Edition of 150 (#23/150)
Signed, numbered and titled by the artist.
Includes artist issued/signed COA.

ABOUT THE ART

”I’m happy to release this reboot of an earlier design ‘One Day The Sun Will Kill Us All’. The Sun as an all consuming pac man, eating up our solar system. The planets in this design are placed in order of magnitude rather than in real order.”

- Joe Webb

ARTIST BIO

Joe Webb (1976) uses vintage magazines and printed ephemera that he has collected to create simple but elegant hand-made collages, no Photoshop manipulation is allowed. Webb reimagines the imagery using simple and concise edits, transforming the original scene into something altogether more surreal.

Webb's work has become on online sensation with hundreds of thousands of people sharing his images on the internet. As well as going viral in the virtual world, Joe has exhibited and sold work across the world. His original collages and prints can be found in the Saatchi Gallery, London.

Joe lives and works in the UK.