Folk Art Protest Biscuits - Now in Resin

As you may already know, Raw Art has spent the past two weeks pouring resin over the EU protest biscuits, including the rock n roll biscuit, to see if we could finally mummify the artworks, or whether the whole process would destroy them. In addition, the rock n roll biscuit is about two years old - and shows no signs of disintegration - so maybe this is due to industrial amounts of preservative. Or the fact that it is a magical biscuit which defies nature.
Probably the latter.

Now a few more are ready – cast in resin – to flee the so-called nest and go out into the wider world. But watch out, this is slightly involved. I was not certain there were pictures of all of the biscuits, so as a result there are now too many - but this is just to show as many as possible.
There is a list below. Please, if you buy a biscuit, request which one. This is very important. I can paint and cast another edition for you if one has sold out, if you are happy with that, or do choose another. You can use the contact page as the paypal notes thing I tried to do doesn't seem to work. I am keeping the original Rock N Roll biscuit.

Update - some of the originals have sold so please check list below or you can request a copy of a particular slogan/design

NEW IN! 2 x NHS!!

Several of the biscuits, all coated in resin. Includes "Broken Biscuit / Broken Britain", "Bastard Dream" and "EU"

I Resign - still available

"For Jo Cox"

You biscuit will arrive in a box, nestling in tissue paper. Shown here with Grrrr! mug and pencils.

"Teresa Fuckin' May" – sold

"Truth and Lies" – sold

"Bastard Dream" – Still available

"Protest" - in two colours - still available

"Gold leaf" – can be yours

 Biscuits, yes, in display case

Biscuits are [starting with available originals, although as stated, I can do commissions and copies]:
Protest - red on pink or pink on red
Bastard Dream
I Resign, Thank You
Nicola Sturgeon in Scotland
Custard [Cowardly Custard]
Gold leaf

For Jo Cox - original now sold
I Don't Understand This At All - original now sold
Truth  - original now sold
Lies - original now sold
Bastard Cream - original now sold
This is a Fuckin' Shambles - original now sold
Teresa Fuckin' May - original now sold
Broken Biscuit Broken Britain - original now sold
Fuck You May Gove Farage Johnson - original now sold
Oh Fuck It - original now sold

Or... another design, made to order - your choice of words or it could be ornamental.

I will be paintin' n dunkin' some new biscuits in the next few weeks. Some are on show at the Wakefield Arthouse at the moment but can be bought.

I have also found out, when prompted by the loyal Raw Art customer base, that the biscuits use sustainable palm oil.

Verse Chorus Verse Chorus Song Print

"Call Temperton..."

UPDATE – 6th October 2016 – RIP Rod Temperton whose death was announced 5 October 2016.
In addition to Thriller, British songwriter Temperton wrote tons of hits. Actual worldwide hits. Off The Wall and Rock With You, Boogie Nights and more.

Here's the Thriller song structure print...

Hey. And hello. Wotcha. Welcome to Raw Art, this blog post in particular. This thing.
And welcome to the latest thing – the all-new Raw Art Song Structure print. As seen [above] at the Grrrr! shop in July. Wooh - it's the structure of a song. Could be any song. Or could it. Are all songs the same?
It's the song structure of Thriller by Michael Jackson - well, sung by Michael Jackson and *danced* by him. Written by Rod Temperton.

I think Michael Jackson is the time I realised there was a thing called famous.
("Michael Jackson". Like it's a time – "what time is it?" "Michael Jackson". Anyway.)
Not like "person on tv opens church fête" famous. But global, life-shattering, unenviable famous. I was a kid, and the other famous people up 'til then - Marilyn Monroe, Elvis, John Lennon - they were all dead. But Michael Jackson was alive and famous. I think he was on one side of a Smash Hits poster, with Boy George on the other. It was at this point that I realised that Boy George was famous too. And alive. And my world did not turn upside down quite, but my eyes were open.
As said, I was not very old at the time. I am older now. And I'm selling this print.
Limited edition of ten. Digital print on Hahnemuhle paper, A3. I will sign it and blah blah. Any other questions – if sensible – use the contact page.

28 September 2016. This is the unofficial Week One of the Raw Art Christmas.

Low - Now Square And A Bit Bigger

Hello. Time was, about two months ago, Raw Art had a shop as part of Grrrr! We miss that bloody shop, we do. We miss the people strolling in, having a chat, almost buying a "Failure" pencil and then not. We miss being surrounded by the art. We miss our lovely artists, the light of NW5 as day faded into night, stopping by the Gipsy Queen on the way home for a quick pint.... Raw Art misses having a shop. WE REALLY MISS THE SHOP. Just thought I'd put it out there. WE MISS IT.


Anyway, onto matters more urgent and pressing. And first person. I've been looking at the postcard-sized Low for a few months now, it's sitting in the Raw Art Towers kitchen. And it socked me in the jaw - why the hell is not square? And slightly bigger? I've not done that much David art since January – you may be aware there was a lot more of it before. Felt too trite, too icky, too maudlin. But, listening to the albums over the months I still come back to Low. One of my favourites. Perhaps the favourite? I don't know. Bit bleaky-bleak-bleak at points but it's 2016 – man – so it fits.

I've made a new Low painting for this season, and it's 20 x 20 cm now, and I hope that it makes sense.

If you would like one of these they are painted as multiples and limited to twenty. Only £60 including the P&P. Acrylics on canvas board. Expect some biscuits on a similar theme in the next few weeks. Maybe.

If you would like a Low mug we still have a few left.

16 September 2016
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