Shrig Shop David Shrigley – I Am The Jug You Are The Glass

Hardcover Book

Created by David Shrigley, Published by Shrig Shop 🇩🇰

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DETAILS

This marks David Shrigley’s inaugural book self-published through Shrig Shop. The hardback collection comprises over 300 black and white drawings created by David over the past five years.

What makes this edition even more special is that it is limited to only 5000 copies, never to be printed again. Secure your exclusive copy before they’re all gone!

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DIMENSIONS

L21cm x W15.5cm x H4cm x Weight: 1kg

MATERIAL

Hardback: 320 pages

ABOUT THE BRAND

Shrig Shop

Shrig Shop, established in Copenhagen, is a collaboration between artist David Shrigley and his long-time friend and gallerist, Nicolai Wallner. Their creative alliance brings forth a collection of limited editions and other cool stuff, serving as an extension of David Shrigley's artistic practice. Hailing from the UK, David Shrigley's artistic repertoire encompasses a wide range of mediums, including drawing, painting, sculpture, installation, photography, animation, and print. Shrig Shop offers a refreshing departure from traditional gallery spaces, providing an inclusive and accessible place where David Shrigley's diverse works can be appreciated by everyone, from significant prints to humble postcards.