‘Delroy Wilson’ is a Giclée print by Brighton artist Simon Dixon. Printed onto 330gsm Somerset Velvet Paper, the print is from a limited edition of 175 and is embossed and numbered.
Simon Dixon was a Brighton-based artist and print maker, whose fine art pieces centred around icons of the twentieth century. Dixon’s love of pop culture and deep interest in twentieth century history combine in a truly distinctive aesthetic: referencing 1960s Pop Art, his paintings are a big, bold and colourful reworking of the traditional portrait.
‘Delroy Wilson’ is an arrestingly striking print. Using only the colours red white and blue, the print celebrates the United States through its twentieth century music scene, depicting the EP sleeve of Delroy Wilson’s 1966 record ‘Can’t You See’. Truly iconic, this is contemporary Pop Art at its very best.