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Carl Moore

The Camel Who Wanted To Be A Bull

Giclée print
Artwork size: 53 x 54 cm
Image size: 45cm x 45cm
Edition of 25
Limited Edition

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ÔThe Camel Who Wanted To Be a BullÕ is a brilliant hand embellished art print from Carl Moore, from an edition of only 25. Printed on 310gsm 100% Cotton Rag Paper these limited edition art prints are named, numbered and signed by the artist.
ÔThe Camel Who Wanted To Be a BullÕ is an eye-catching piece from an ongoing series of digital collage artworks by Carl Moore titled Animals Pretending To Be Other Animals.
Carl Moore says of the series ÒMy main concern is with the merging of the ridiculous and the representational, the end result being to create a series of prints and paintings which communicate a degree of pathos and also appear unsettlingly odd, playful, quite tragic and endearing.Ó
This curious camel is a spectacular contrast to his vibrant yellow backround, in his weird and wonderful Bull costume made of black paint, ice cream cones and a gold ring imitating his idol, the bull.


About The Artist - Carl Moore


Carl Moore is a London-based artist who paints, draws and makes short films. Using humour and absurdity with playful intent, his most renowned work is a series of digitally produced prints and paintings on the theme of ‘Animals Pretending to be Other Animals’ that looks at the semantics of identity.


His art goal? To create art prints that appear unsettlingly odd, playful, tragic and endearing. To create them, he uses a variety of different sources, inspirations and a multitude of art methods. His work has featured in several publications including; Art of England and Artists and Illustrators. His work has also been selected on a number of occasions, for the promotion of the Affordable Art Fair.



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