Third Drawer Down are three things – a store, a wholesaler, and a design studio - their interpretation of the traditional museum or gallery store is the driving force behind their carefully curated selection of, artist editions and collectable, accessible art objects designed in Melbourne.
This tea towel is a collaboration between Third Drawer Down and David Shrigley that features the words 'Large Fancy Room Filled With Crap'.
Shirley is renowned for his drawings, paintings and sculptures that explore the absurdity of everyday life. Art critic Adrian Searle describes his work as; "Very wrong and very bad in all sorts of ways. It is also ubiquitous and compelling. There are lots of artists who, furrowing their brows and trying to convince us of their seriousness, aren't hard as profound or compelling."
Edition of 1000
Composition: 100% Linen
Dimensions: 50cm x 70cm