Limited Edition Grubby Mitts poster by David Litchfield available now!

22/09/2014

 

Limited Edition Grubby Mitts poster by David Litchfield available now!

22/09/2014

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Due to popular demand the specially commissioned David Litchfield poster from Grubby Mitts Summer tour is now available to buy! This A3 poster has now been printed in an edition of 20 and signed by David. Price: £20 + P&P.

The Grubby Mitts  performed a homecoming show at a mystery location in Bedford for the last night of their tour of artist run spaces around the UK in August 2014. Each show included a full supporting line up and video works by Andy Holden and artists selected in conjunction with the venue.

For each gig they commissioned a poster by a local artist. The Bedford poster was designed by David Litchfield.

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