As a young boy I remember seeing the National Front symbol graffitied on a wall for the first time in the 1970s. I was on my way to the shops and had to walk through an underpass that connected the Batemoor estate I lived on with a neighbouring one. There, sprayed onto the subway wall was this symbol of racial hate. At the time I was particularly into The Specials and the Ska movement which was very much about racial unity, so to see that message not getting through was depressing to say the least. Fortunately, a few weeks later a further addition was added to the graffiti and it was reassuring to see hate had a resistance. Sadly, over four decades later we still have a way to go, as pages on social media have become virtual walls on which similar messages are typed rather than sprayed.

Originally created for the 2020 Eight New Paintings exhibition.

Product Options:

This image is available as an art print, produced on high-quality paper and available unframed or framed. This image is also available on canvas. 

Unframed art print*
Small print: 40cm x 56cm
Large print: 50cm x 70cm

*Dimensions include a white border that surrounds the image and measures approximately 5cm.

Please note that unframed prints take 1-2 working days to be printed and an extra 1-2 working days for delivery. Unframed prints are available the same day from the McKee gallery for collection only.

Framed art print
Mounted and framed in a bespoke, glass, black angled frame. Made by the gallery's local framer.

Small framed print: 43cm x 53cm (approx)
Large framed print: 54cm x 70cm (approx)

Please note that framed prints take 7-10 working days to be made up and an extra 2-3 working days for delivery.

Our canvases are hand-stretched onto chunky pine frames with hand-folded corners. Our McKee images are printed onto the canvases with high-definition printers to produce sharp, high quality images.

Canvas: 31cm x 41cm

Please note our canvases can take up to 7 working days to be delivered or to be collected in store.  


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