Label Grey Version
Naomi’s Inner Rebel and studies of Female Conformity are referenced in this edgy and thought-provoking piece of photography art. The Vogue styled fictitious magazine cover ‘Label’, is made up of one of the Artist’s most iconic photographs, where she is pictured naked holding up different ‘Society Voices’.
This thought provoking print captures a sense of power, beauty, rebellion and also fragility, synonymous with Naomi’s other works. Naomi developed this print which features on some of her other works such as her Ice-Bucket Collection, in response to the difficulties and pressure she was feeling in Society to behave a certain way, and live a life being the most authentic herself against society judgments and critics.
This eye-catching print is available in Black, Pink and Grey, they look great as a print and as a triptych bringing fashion and art into your living space
Frame not included
Size & Material
Hahnemuhle Fine Art Baryta 325gsm Print:
Hahnemuhle Fine Art Baryta 325gsm paper, signed by Artist with Certificate, limited edition of 50
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