Swifty's pop art with a twist

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Regular readers will know that Swifty recently re-designed the Modculture site, but is perhaps better known for the likes of the Talkin’ Loud, Blue Note and Mo Wax labels as well as the Straight No Chaser magazine (amongst many other projects and designs). He’s an artist too – producing his very own Swifty-style pop art.

And if you want to invest in his art, you can pick it up at this weekend’s Art Car Boot Sale in London, where you’ll find etchings likes the Green Shield above, as well as the silkscreen prints like the Organic Swifties Tomato Soup can amongst many other works. Look out for the Scrawl Collective Camp.

The Art Car Boot Fair is a great place to pick up work from new and established artists in a ‘car boot’ environment, with loads of family entertainment, food, a farmers market, plenty of surprises and all the haggling you would expect. It takes place on Sunday 8th June from midday to 6pm at 146 Brick Lane, London E1. Admission is £3.

Find out more at the Art Car Boot Fair website

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