‘The Lord of Prosperitea’ is a Screen Print by contemporary artist Tom Camp. Printed onto 300gsm Recycled White Stock Paper, the print is from a limited edition of 30, and is signed and numbered by the artist.
Tom Camp is known for his colourful, illustrative prints, bringing a touch of knowing naivety to the contemporary print world. Reworking familiar imagery from pop culture, Camp has an eye for colour and composition, that allows his stripped back, consciously simple aesthetic to shine.
‘The Lord of Prosperitea’ draws on Hindu imagery, portraying a large, pink elephant, seated in the in the iconic pose of Ganesh. In each of his four hands he holds a tea related object: from a steaming mug to a silver spoon, a leaf strainer to a black teapot, this colourful character isn’t dubbed the lord of porsperitea for nothing! Bright, bold, and high-impact, ‘The Lord of Prosperitea’ is contemporary print-making at its most mesmerising.