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One of a series of cover designs for the works of George Orwell. The freedom of the individual to think independently of state permissions is the founding principle of Orwell’s writings. Perhaps this is why so many visual artists identify with his work. Over 50 years after his death, his observations are as prescient as they were when he wrote them. As artists and citizens, we need his intellectual honesty as much now as we ever did; more so, in these times in which activities in the visual arts are seen as a ‘soft option’, and honest political analysis is denigrated as ‘fake news’.

Materials used:

water-based inks

Orwell: The Road to Wigan Pier (2018)


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This artwork is sold by Glenn Ibbitson from United Kingdom

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