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Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset

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Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset
Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset
Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset
Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset
Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset
Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset
Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset
Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset
Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset
Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset
Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset
Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset
Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset
Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset
Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset
Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset
ÔLots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 BoxsetÕ is a set of 5 Silkscreen Prints by contemporary artist duo Kai and Sunny. Printed onto 300gsm Somerset Velvet Paper with, the set is from a limited edition of 50 and is signed end numbered by the artist.


Art collective Kai and Sunny create beautiful limited edition prints, inspired by nature but rendered through abstraction. Building on intricate, geometric forms, their work foregrounds texture and perspective with artistic prowess, for a distinctive and compelling aesthetic.



ÔLots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 BoxsetÕ is an extraordinary series of greyscale prints, which merge digital style with a sense of organicism. Thin, greyscale lines combine and interconnect on each edition, to create mesmerising, striated surfaces, which ripple gently across the print with an illusionistic, 3-dimensional clarity, producing abstract and hypnotic images of butterflies, birds in flight, and blossoming lotus flowers.



Enclosed in a black, embossed box, the set also features an exclusive poem by acclaimed writer Alex Maas, writer of The Black Angels.


About The Artist - Kai and Sunny

Kai & Sunny are a London-based art duo. They both graduated from the Epsom School of Art in Surrey, United Kingdom with degrees in Art and Design. They have collaborated with author David Mitchell, designer Alexander McQueen, artist Shepard Fairey and have won numerous accolades, including a 2012 D&AD Design Award and a 2015 LIA award. Works by Kai & Sunny have been exhibited internationally at institutions such as Haunch of Venison, Jonathan Levine Gallery in New York and are included in the Victoria & Albert Museum Print Archive Collection.


Although they have different skills, their approach feels 50/50 and lead to them creating an intricate, natural and sometimes sinister style almost inspired by nature. If you wonder how they manage to create a single art print together, their process is to come up with ideas together and then figure out between them on how to achieve the creation, until they get to a stage that they are both happy with.

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Lots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 Boxset

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  • Screenprint on 300gsm Somerset paper with a straight cut edge on 300gsm Somerset paper with a straight cut edge
  • Artwork size: 29.7 x 42 cm
  • Edition of 50
  • Limited Edition

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ÔLots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 BoxsetÕ is a set of 5 Silkscreen Prints by contemporary artist duo Kai and Sunny. Printed onto 300gsm Somerset Velvet Paper with, the set is from a limited edition of 50 and is signed end numbered by the artist.


Art collective Kai and Sunny create beautiful limited edition prints, inspired by nature but rendered through abstraction. Building on intricate, geometric forms, their work foregrounds texture and perspective with artistic prowess, for a distinctive and compelling aesthetic.



ÔLots of Bits of Stars - Series #4 BoxsetÕ is an extraordinary series of greyscale prints, which merge digital style with a sense of organicism. Thin, greyscale lines combine and interconnect on each edition, to create mesmerising, striated surfaces, which ripple gently across the print with an illusionistic, 3-dimensional clarity, producing abstract and hypnotic images of butterflies, birds in flight, and blossoming lotus flowers.



Enclosed in a black, embossed box, the set also features an exclusive poem by acclaimed writer Alex Maas, writer of The Black Angels.


About The Artist - Kai and Sunny

Kai & Sunny are a London-based art duo. They both graduated from the Epsom School of Art in Surrey, United Kingdom with degrees in Art and Design. They have collaborated with author David Mitchell, designer Alexander McQueen, artist Shepard Fairey and have won numerous accolades, including a 2012 D&AD Design Award and a 2015 LIA award. Works by Kai & Sunny have been exhibited internationally at institutions such as Haunch of Venison, Jonathan Levine Gallery in New York and are included in the Victoria & Albert Museum Print Archive Collection.


Although they have different skills, their approach feels 50/50 and lead to them creating an intricate, natural and sometimes sinister style almost inspired by nature. If you wonder how they manage to create a single art print together, their process is to come up with ideas together and then figure out between them on how to achieve the creation, until they get to a stage that they are both happy with.

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.

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

If you have an account, you can also log in and track the progress of your order. 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. Our returns policy excludes artworks that are made to order, such as artwork that has been custom framed, timed releases or commissioned artworks. These cannot be returned unless they are faulty.

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