‘Let’s Go Get Lost Together - Scotland’ is a Silkscreen print by iconic artist Dave Buonaguidi. Printed onto a vintage linen-backed map, the print is from a limited edition of 30 and is signed and numbered by the artist. **Please note: As this artwork is printed onto a vintage map, each one of the edition will be unique and the condition of the map may differ slightly from the image shown.**
Print artist Dave Buonaguidi knows how to provoke reactions. Famous for creating the iconic ‘MAKE TEA NOT WAR’ poster in 2003 - an image that now hangs in both the V&A and Trento Museum of Modern Art, and became notorious at the height of anti-war sentiment - Buonaguidi continues to stir up the art world with stylised prints, splashed with graphic, tongue-in-cheek slogans. His recent, ‘Let’s Go Get Lost Together’ series brings together graphic sensibility, effortless simplicity, and wry humour to perfection. Using vintage maps of British counties and countries, Buonaguidi has created silkscreen prints, each one dominated by the escapist suggestion, ‘let’s go get lost together’ in huge letters. For Scotland, Buonaguidi has taken a large cross section of the country from a vintage road map. Buonaguidi has a fantastic eye for colour, composition and graphics: the print is all about the blue and green palette, interspersed with ribbons of thin, red and black roads snaking throughout. The font for the slogan is a large, white sans-serif type, with alternating lines of bold upper-case and italicised lower-case, for graphic dynamism. It’s the perfect print for the Scotland lover, or for anyone with a penchant for cartographic design and a taste for typography.