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By: BABAK GANJEI
I'm In The Bush (Purple) is a screenprint by Babak Ganjei. From a limited editon of 100, this print is signed and numbered by the artist.
The work itself is very immediate and live and a reaction to things going on on a daily basis, so the influences can be vast. I don’t really keep notebooks, the artwork itself is like a diary or a notebook.
Screenprint on 300gsm paper
Size: Signed and numbered by the artist
Signed and numbered by the artist
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Visual artist, comic book writer, musician, and radio presenter Babak Ganjei lives and works in London, UK. Inspired by the music and comedy of the 1990s, Babak is a prolific artist whose work is energetic, unpredictable, and darkly funny.
Babak Ganjei's work blends and unites humour, cultural references, and immediacy. After graduating from Central St Martins, Babak has continued to share his inner monologue through his art, resulting in ‘an inner monologue that isn’t an inner monologue anymore’. Ganjei gained recognition when his ‘Film Idea’ series went viral, which included works, ‘Chicken Nugget City’, ‘Kung-Fu Jesus’, and ‘Jurassic Shop’. Notable works include a painting of a Barclays Card auctioned in lieu of debt he owed and a set of twigs from his neighbourhood. Babak aspires to “get to a point where walking about Sainsburys would be (his) art,” pushing the boundaries of creativity and redefining the concept of ‘art’ itself. Ganjei's artworks are a reaction to daily occurrences, and reveal the influence of giant video shop posters that he collected when he was younger. Ganjei’s "Everything is really bad..." exhibition was shown at Atom in March 2019, “Honey Wagon” at Browns East in 2021, and "Babak Ganjei's Vibe Dump" in September 2022.
We love the blend of humour, cultural references and immediacy that unites Babak’s work. His witty typography works are cheeky yet charming; it's hard not to crack a smile when taking in Babak's work. The unpredictability of his works keep us on the edge of our seats. Babak refuses to comply to any standard of normalcy, embracing the absurd and creating artwork that is designed to surprise and spark joy.