We are proud to be the only gallery in the UK to represent who The New York Times named...
“the most prolific creators of public art”;
Gillie and Marc will take centre stage as Marble Arch will exhibit a rare public art display in December. The famous Spitalfields Market space (Liverpool Street) also grabbed the opportunity with life-size sculpture, Dogman and Rabbitgirl with Coffee (2017), in their showcase of international artists. This is truly street art, but not your typical to Graffik or any other gallery alike.
...and we think it’s time the rest of the UK had a piece of the action!
Featured Image: Gillie and Marc, The Orphans, 2019. Courtesy LoveTheLast.
Being the only official source of genuine works in the UK, Graffik Gallery have launched exclusive prints by the artists. This could not have come at a better time!
Featured Image: Gillie and Marc, They Were Modern Lovers, 2019.
Our print collection (all produced on Entrada Rag Bright 300gsm, 100% acid free, 100% cotton rag paper, with a 40mm white border) has an aesthetic adaptable to almost any interior. Many of the prints depict recognisable destinations and global landmarks in saturated hues with bold line graphics; making them a great centre point of conversation. So whether you are looking for a statement print for a monochromatic space or in need of a complimentary touch, it is certainly worth investing in for either commercial use or personal collection.
WHO ARE GILLIE AND MARC?
The Australian-born couple have been creating work together for over 25 years; with huge international success; primarily in New York, Singapore, Melbourne and Sydney with citing of their sculptures and prints in over 250 cities. Their captivating characters, Dogman and Rabbitwoman (formerly known as Rabbitgirl), are the central theme of many of their sculptures, street paintings and prints; which has proven, at times, very controversial and gained the attention of acclaimed art critics.
The couple, with a huge entrepreneurial portfolio, have RXR Realty as just one very happy customer; funding five public installations by Gillie and Marc within the New York Financial District.
Their work has a vivid commerciality and a popular crowd following. They are definitely seen to be a huge public-engaging pair.
This December, Gillie and Marc’s #LoveTheLast Project launches The Orphans, a monumental installation between Cumberland Gate and Tyburn Way in London’s iconic Marble Arch. Described as a “social movement” to bring mass awareness about subjects personal to them; this al-fresco composition of 20 bronze-sculpted baby elephants (each to be an endangered species) running to an enormous mother elephant, is expected to capture the attention of thousands of tourists, as well the eyes of London’s general public. Many more will discover who this couple (who have been taking the world by storm) are.
If it’s an investment piece you’re in search of, you share a love for their humanitarian causes or you are just purely in love with their work; you’re in luck! Grabbing a piece of the movement just became that bit easier.