One of the things that makes the urban art scene so exciting and addicting is how unpredictive it can be and how it doesn’t comply to any rules of classic art. One of the good examples of that is the mysterious artist Gonefellow who has been raising a lot of dust with his recent releases on social media and beyond.
Not long ago he released and sold out “Graffiti Truck The Parody” print (seen bellow), using Banksy’s “Siren Of The Lambs” truck as the main image while commenting on the trend of “salvaging” his public work. Supported by Castle Gallery, he is now releasing a 2nd print release titled “Rude Farmer”. Using another iconic Banksy image as a reference, “Rude Copper”, the image depicts an elderly man showing a middle finger “to all the animal abusers”. Everything started as a simple drawing (seen bellow), which soon escalated in an idea about producing a limited edition of 100 unsigned prints that will cost £100 + shipping with all the proceeds going to PDSA animal charity. The print was printed by Modern Multiples LA and was planned to release in January, but Castle gallery is already taking the pre-orders via email.