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The Bard of Salford CREAM
The Bard of Salford CREAM
The Bard of Salford CREAM
The Bard of Salford CREAM
The Bard of Salford CREAM

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The Bard of Salford CREAM

£ 28.00 GBP

The Bard of Salford* (Vanishing Cream): Limited Edition

Buy an original Limited Edition for the same price as a cheap mass produced print!

  • Type: Fine-Art Print
  • Medium: Giclée
  • Materials: 100% Cotton Hahnemühle Photorag
  • Size A4: 21 x 29.7cm, (8.3" x 11.7"), Edition of 100
  • Size A3: 29.7 x 42cm, (11.7" x 16.5"), Edition of 100
  • Size A2: 42 x 59.4cm, (16.5" x 23.4"), Edition of 100
  • Size A1: 59.4 x 84cm, (23.4" x 33.1"), Edition of 100
  • Image at approx. 85% paper size
  • This artwork is sold unframed
  • Limited Editions Include Certificates of Authenticity

Large Artwork will be shipped rolled in a secure tube.

NB: All sizes are Digital Limited Editions

This edition is also part of the 'Morphogenesis and 'New Beginnings' series with an abstract butterfly and skull motif representing death and re-birth.

Original Artwork: Czar Catstick and The Emperor's New Clothes Collective via Big Fat Arts Gallery.

printed on Giclée Hahnemühle Photo Rag

* He began to draw large crowds in his own right. Joy Division were proud to frequently support JCC and New Order later opened for him on their first Australian tour.

In 1978 JCC signed a major album deal with CBS Records. His records with the Invisible Girls, produced by Martin Hannett, are acknowledged as masterpieces. The unique fusions of JCC’s poems and The Invisible Girls’ highly original music, created influential records still name checked by people as diverse as Alex Turner, Plan B, Jarvis Cocker and Steve Coogan.

He also released a massive collection of his poetry and words “Ten Years In An Open Necked Shirt”, which became the bestselling poetry book of the1980s, and is reprinted every few years.

A figurehead for the movement and all that it encompassed. He found himself as one of the leading voices of punk and youth culture of the late 70s. He became known as the “Punk Poet” or “The Bard of Salford” . Live, he was performing to thousands across the UK. Crowds gathered with open eyes and ears gazing up at his distinctive, and now iconic, visual appearance (tall and thin with a mess of black hair, black sunglasses, drainpipe trousers and Cuban-heeled boots) transfixed as he worked through a catalogue of work taken from his four studio albums and numerous singles. (johncooperclarke.com)

Clarke's recording of "Evidently Chickentown" from his album Snap, Crackle & Bop was also featured prominently in the closing scene of The Sopranos episode Stage 5.

**More Info on Artist Czar Catstick HERE




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