Yesterday Jonathan Ross, officially ‘the most powerful man in broadcasting’, publically declared his enthusiasm for Brighton based art duo The Strange Case Company in a tweet to his 3.79 million Twitter followers!
“I dig this Brighton artist @StrangeCaseCo at http://bit.ly/tscc- or at ArtRepublic" tweeted @wossy directing his multitude of fans to our latest release by The Strange Case Company. ‘All Change’ is an unusual silkscreen on acrylic panels, signed, limited edition. Three separate, individually screen printed, 3mm acrylic sheets combine to produce an innovative portrait of HRH Queen Elizabeth.
Jonathan Ross met the Queen in 2005 when he was made an OBE in her Birthday Honours for services to broadcasting. He celebrated the honour by playing ‘God Save the Queen’ by The Sex Pistols on his BBC Radio 2 show! Follow Ross’ patriotic lead with this brand new work. 'All Change' is a tiny edition of only 20 so don’t delay if you’re tempted...
Image credit: www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/presenters/jonathan-ross