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'Modern Moral Subjects' is a series of 12 digital drawings that take a satirical look at the current socio-economic state of the UK.


Archive quality giclee print
Archive quality giclee print

Modern Moral Subjects by Jacob Louis Beaney

'Modern Moral Subjects' is a series of 12 digital drawings that take a satirical look at the current economical and social state of the United Kingdom. For this project I am seeking funding for £200 to produce archival quality giclee prints of these images which will be in an edition of 100. In return for your initial sponsorship of £15.00 or more you will be the first to acquire one of these limited edition prints. 

The prints will also be available from here: http://www.hickathriftpublishing.co.uk/

Thank You.

The Prints

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There shouldn't be too many challenges in realising this project, I've done lot's of research into printing the images at the best quality and price. It's just a matter of getting the funding to make these digital images a tangible reality.

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    7 backers Limited (43 left of 50)

    You will receive a lovely little A5 zine which features all 12 images of the series in full colour as well as some nice bit's of writing.

    Estimated delivery:
    Ships within the UK only
  • Pledge £15 or more
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    5 backers Limited (1195 left of 1200)

    You will receive your choice of limited edition giclee print.

    Estimated delivery:
    Ships within the UK only
  • Pledge £20 or more
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    5 backers Limited (1195 left of 1200)

    You will receive the lovely little A5 zine as well as your choice of giclee print.

    Estimated delivery:
    Ships within the UK only
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