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Inversion - yellow

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Inversion - yellow

Spraypaint on plywood
Artwork size: 32 x 32 cm
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‘Inversion - Yellow’ is an Original Spray Paint on Plywood by contemporary artist Mark McClure. The piece is signed by the artist.

Mark McClure is an internationally acclaimed contemporary artist whose work sits at the intersection of graphic design, public art, and the gallery exhibit. Interrogating the illusory relationship between surface and depth, McClure’s boldly geometric works open up structural possibilities for the two dimensional plane, with strong architectural acuity.



Think Memphis-meets-Constructivism, as bright pattern and sharp composition combine in ‘Inversion - Yellow’. McClure’s signature sculptural approach sees shards of colour colliding and dispersing, to generate a powerful sense of dynamism and texture, while expectations of the flat, painted surface are challenged by incorporating the tactile grain of the plywood canvas into the finished form.




About The Artist - Mark McClure


Mark McClure is an internationally acclaimed contemporary artist whose work sits at the intersection of graphic design, public art, and the gallery exhibit. Interrogating the illusory relationship between surface and depth, McClure’s boldly geometric works exist in the liminal space between fine art and design, opening up structural possibilities for the two dimensional plane with a strong architectural acuity. Recalling the brightly coloured and boldly patterned Memphis styles of the 1980s, mixed with the sharp compositional techniques of Soviet Constructivism, McClure brings the sculptural to bear on his exuberant designs, creating texture, dynamism, and hypnotic appeal. With a background in woodwork and visual design, McClue collaborates with interior designers and architects, to bring his work into public spaces, opening it out to a public audience. Always exploring our interactions with the built environment, McClure’s work responds to the urban, using recycled and found materials, which often retain traces of their former lives (scrawls of graffiti, stains, or nails left in wood). Projects and commissions include: a 100 metre mural in Croydon; a Mural for London’s Olympic Park; Artwork for London Design Week, as well as media coverage in The Guardian; Sunday Times; London Design Agenda; The Art Newspaper; Graphic Art News; Design Week; and Creative Review.


Mark McClure is an internationally acclaimed contemporary artist whose work sits at the intersection of graphic design, public art, and the gallery exhibit. Interrogating the illusory relationship between surface and depth, McClure’s boldly geometric works exist in the liminal space between fine art and design, opening up structural possibilities for the two dimensional plane with a strong architectural acuity. Recalling the brightly coloured and boldly patterned Memphis styles of the 1980s, mixed with the sharp compositional techniques of Soviet Constructivism, McClure brings the sculptural to bear on his exuberant designs, creating texture, dynamism, and hypnotic appeal. With a background in woodwork and visual design, McClue collaborates with interior designers and architects, to bring his work into public spaces, opening it out to a public audience. Always exploring our interactions with the built environment, McClure’s work responds to the urban, using recycled and found materials, which often retain traces of their former lives (scrawls of graffiti, stains, or nails left in wood). Projects and commissions include: a 100 metre mural in Croydon; a Mural for London’s Olympic Park; Artwork for London Design Week, as well as media coverage in The Guardian; Sunday Times; London Design Agenda; The Art Newspaper; Graphic Art News; Design Week; and Creative Review.



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