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For The Love Of Pop - Blue By Antony 'H' Haylock
ÔFor the Love of PopÕ is a Hand Pulled Silkscreen print on fine Italian canvas, stretched over a deep high quality Tulipwood stretcher. This piece is in a series of 6 colours with an edition of 5 by iconic artist Antony ÔHÕ Haylock.


Antony ÔHÕ Haylock knows how to have a little fun with the art world. His is an art about art, playing with expectations of the iconic to create new and original mash-ups for the twenty-first century.



ÔFor the Love of PopÕ is a Hand Pulled Silkscreen print on fine Italian canvas, stretched over a deep high quality Tulipwood stretcher. This piece is in a series of 6 colours with an edition of 5 by iconic artist Antony ÔHÕ Haylock.



ÔFor the Love of Pop - BlueÕ featured in ÔHÕs recent solo exhibition, ÔPop Goes the EaselÕ, which staged a collision between two of the twentieth centuryÕs most game-changing visual artists: Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst. Here, HirstÕs iconic, diamond-encrusted human skull (aptly named, ÔFor the Love of GodÕ) sports the wild and wayward, ice-blonde crop of WarholÕs memorable, 1986 self portrait. Tracing the lineage of postmodernism - from the undisputed king of the Pop Art movement, to the high priest of the 1990s YBAs - ÔHÕ blazes the trail for an art of intelligent irony in our contemporary moment.





From the Artist



Having made the photographic image, I wanted to explore the Warhol side of the idea. So I created this body of screen prints reflecting his own Self Portrait series. These replicate the colours Warhol used in his series of 6.



About The Artist - Antony 'H' Haylock

We’ve been working with Antony since 2016

Antony is a contemporary artist who uses graphic design, oil paint, acrylic and eco-solvent based mediums when creating: “the medium is secondary, I just set to work with what suits the end result I’m after ''. Inspired by iconic objects, we love the way each artwork is a true conversation between the paint and the canvas, to create painterly yet mesmerizingly lifelike works:

“Something that has the power to evoke an emotion, a memory, a visual time stamp, things that compels us to covet them. I find the coldest, most inanimate object can hold so much representation beyond its purpose.” 


Antony studied graphics at college before partnering with Pez and becoming one of the foremost artists of the 80s Rave Scene. With a growing popularity, came a demand for commissions of murals and large-scale paintings which ultimately encouraged him to explore new options and adopt different styles. As a result, Antony took to the world of TV, initially working at the BBC and later at Pinewood Studios. 

After an interlude into the world of creative directing, Antony returned to a more hands-on and practical approach to creating, generating art installations for exhibitions throughout the country for clients including Sony, LG, Pimms and more. Since then, Antony has continued to produce art through a range of mediums that never fail to surprise his audience. 

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For The Love Of Pop - Blue, 2018

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  • Silver paint and screen print ink on canvas
  • Artwork size: 70 x 70 cm
  • Edition of 5
  • Limited Edition
  • Signed & numbered by the artist
ÔFor the Love of PopÕ is a Hand Pulled Silkscreen print on fine Italian canvas, stretched over a deep high quality Tulipwood stretcher. This piece is in a series of 6 colours with an edition of 5 by iconic artist Antony ÔHÕ Haylock.


Antony ÔHÕ Haylock knows how to have a little fun with the art world. His is an art about art, playing with expectations of the iconic to create new and original mash-ups for the twenty-first century.



ÔFor the Love of PopÕ is a Hand Pulled Silkscreen print on fine Italian canvas, stretched over a deep high quality Tulipwood stretcher. This piece is in a series of 6 colours with an edition of 5 by iconic artist Antony ÔHÕ Haylock.



ÔFor the Love of Pop - BlueÕ featured in ÔHÕs recent solo exhibition, ÔPop Goes the EaselÕ, which staged a collision between two of the twentieth centuryÕs most game-changing visual artists: Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst. Here, HirstÕs iconic, diamond-encrusted human skull (aptly named, ÔFor the Love of GodÕ) sports the wild and wayward, ice-blonde crop of WarholÕs memorable, 1986 self portrait. Tracing the lineage of postmodernism - from the undisputed king of the Pop Art movement, to the high priest of the 1990s YBAs - ÔHÕ blazes the trail for an art of intelligent irony in our contemporary moment.





From the Artist



Having made the photographic image, I wanted to explore the Warhol side of the idea. So I created this body of screen prints reflecting his own Self Portrait series. These replicate the colours Warhol used in his series of 6.



About The Artist - Antony 'H' Haylock

We’ve been working with Antony since 2016

Antony is a contemporary artist who uses graphic design, oil paint, acrylic and eco-solvent based mediums when creating: “the medium is secondary, I just set to work with what suits the end result I’m after ''. Inspired by iconic objects, we love the way each artwork is a true conversation between the paint and the canvas, to create painterly yet mesmerizingly lifelike works:

“Something that has the power to evoke an emotion, a memory, a visual time stamp, things that compels us to covet them. I find the coldest, most inanimate object can hold so much representation beyond its purpose.” 


Antony studied graphics at college before partnering with Pez and becoming one of the foremost artists of the 80s Rave Scene. With a growing popularity, came a demand for commissions of murals and large-scale paintings which ultimately encouraged him to explore new options and adopt different styles. As a result, Antony took to the world of TV, initially working at the BBC and later at Pinewood Studios. 

After an interlude into the world of creative directing, Antony returned to a more hands-on and practical approach to creating, generating art installations for exhibitions throughout the country for clients including Sony, LG, Pimms and more. Since then, Antony has continued to produce art through a range of mediums that never fail to surprise his audience. 

Shipping & Returns

This artwork ships from the UK.

Shipping costs will be calculated automatically at checkout depending on your shipping address. We aim to dispatch unframed prints within 10 working days of receiving your order but sometimes, it may take longer. We’ll keep you informed by email on the progress of your order. Custom framed artworks are usually dispatched within 21 working days of receiving your order, but sometimes might take longer. You will be contacted by our courier service to arrange delivery. We'll also keep you up to date via email on the progress of your order. If you have an account, you can also log in and track the progress of your order.

Please note that your order may be subject to import duties and fees upon delivery, depending on your shipping destination.

If you're not entirely happy with your artwork, you can return it to us within 14 days and choose a replacement or receive a full refund.

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