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For The Love Of Pop - Orange 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 PopÕ 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

After studying graphics at college Antony, under the name H, teamed with partner Pez and quickly rose to become one of the foremost artists in the late 80’s Rave scene, producing artwork for the first flyers and art installations on a large scale.


As the Rave scene legalised and developed into the UK club scene, H was employed to bring the urban, gritty feel of the illegal warehouses to the interiors of the leading clubs throughout the country.
With this growing popularity there became a constant demand for bespoke commissioned murals and paintings. These works challenged H’s skills to explore new directions in medium and style, providing a great foundation for what lay ahead.


1998 saw H take a change in direction into the world of television as he was offered the chance to work as a Production Designer on the CBeebies TV show Dream Street, working at Pinewood Studios. After working creatively on a succession of shows at Pinewood, he became nominated for the Guild of British Film Designers in 2004 and worked on several movies over the next few years.


In 2007 H ventured into the world of CGI forming production company Annix with several colleagues. They created and produced 52 episodes of the CGI hit TV show Little Charley Bear for CBeebies. As Creative Director, H designed Charley Bear and the entire look and feel of the show. This was one of the first programmes to take the feel of classic children’s shows of the past and present them with modern techniques for a TV budget. Craving his past hands-on, practical approach to his work, he returned to Southend and formed a Creative Solutions Collective working for London based agencies. Using skills he had honed working at Pinewood Studios, they designed and created many large, weird and wonderful art installations for exhibitions throughout the country. Working for clients such as Sony, LG, Phillips, Panasonic, Pimms to name but a few.


Throughout these years H always produced his own artwork, as well as commissions, however he was never able to fully concentrate on his art in a manner that fully satisfied him. This changed in 2014 when a client who had keenly followed H’s work and career was inspired to make an offer of patronage, affording H the freedom to fully explore the creative process within him and follow his own inspiration. The last couple of years have seen an exciting new path of H’s creative journey which is finally allowing him to draw on the diverse avenues of his creative experience to produce paintings and full art installations in a range of mediums, some familiar and some new to him.

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For The Love Of Pop - Orange, 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 PopÕ 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

After studying graphics at college Antony, under the name H, teamed with partner Pez and quickly rose to become one of the foremost artists in the late 80’s Rave scene, producing artwork for the first flyers and art installations on a large scale.


As the Rave scene legalised and developed into the UK club scene, H was employed to bring the urban, gritty feel of the illegal warehouses to the interiors of the leading clubs throughout the country.
With this growing popularity there became a constant demand for bespoke commissioned murals and paintings. These works challenged H’s skills to explore new directions in medium and style, providing a great foundation for what lay ahead.


1998 saw H take a change in direction into the world of television as he was offered the chance to work as a Production Designer on the CBeebies TV show Dream Street, working at Pinewood Studios. After working creatively on a succession of shows at Pinewood, he became nominated for the Guild of British Film Designers in 2004 and worked on several movies over the next few years.


In 2007 H ventured into the world of CGI forming production company Annix with several colleagues. They created and produced 52 episodes of the CGI hit TV show Little Charley Bear for CBeebies. As Creative Director, H designed Charley Bear and the entire look and feel of the show. This was one of the first programmes to take the feel of classic children’s shows of the past and present them with modern techniques for a TV budget. Craving his past hands-on, practical approach to his work, he returned to Southend and formed a Creative Solutions Collective working for London based agencies. Using skills he had honed working at Pinewood Studios, they designed and created many large, weird and wonderful art installations for exhibitions throughout the country. Working for clients such as Sony, LG, Phillips, Panasonic, Pimms to name but a few.


Throughout these years H always produced his own artwork, as well as commissions, however he was never able to fully concentrate on his art in a manner that fully satisfied him. This changed in 2014 when a client who had keenly followed H’s work and career was inspired to make an offer of patronage, affording H the freedom to fully explore the creative process within him and follow his own inspiration. The last couple of years have seen an exciting new path of H’s creative journey which is finally allowing him to draw on the diverse avenues of his creative experience to produce paintings and full art installations in a range of mediums, some familiar and some new to him.

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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