Six New Art Prints by Jamie Hewlett

Oxfam has released SIX beautiful new art prints by Jamie Hewlett, best known for being the visual artist behind Gorillaz.  The new work was inspired by Hewlett’s trip to Oxfam’s Bangladesh River Basin Programme.  They are all 16.5″ x 23.5″ giclees, have editions of 100, and are £100 each.  All proceeds go to benefit the previously mentioned River Basin Programme.  This might be some of his most striking work yet.  Visit Oxfam.org.uk.

9 Responses to “Six New Art Prints by Jamie Hewlett”

  1. Absolutely stunning.

  2. Are these not signed?

  3. THIS is why I visit this site 20 times daily. I am in LOVE with these prints. Thank you for sharing!

  4. it is a little bit disappointing that these can not be shipped internationally, unless i am completely missing something, but it seems pretty clear in the delivery questions portion of the site (http://www.oxfam.org.uk/shop/content/help/help_deliveryinformation.aspx#3)

  5. Very cool. In the top 10% of the stuff I see on here.

  6. Just picked up two of the six, thanks for the heads up.. love ‘em.

  7. [...] Jamie Hewlett is best known for being the guy behind all of the Gorillaz art work.  OMGPosters just did a post on him.  Check it out HERE. [...]

  8. man this guy is great. it doesn’t look like his tank girl style, but just as amazing.

  9. Some info regarding people wanting to buy prints outside of the UK

    The shop doesn’t have the facility to calculate postage for overseas deliveries so will only accept UK delivery addresses. However Customers can phone the call centre on 0300 200 1252- they are able to place orders for addresses overseas and will generally apply a flat rate of £5 for small deliveries to Europe. If customers want orders delivered elsewhere in the world, the call centre will have to get a quote for the delivery and get back to them about it.

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