Barnaby Barford is a British artist who takes both mass-produced and antique porcelain statuettes and reshapes them into sinister figurines representing the world of today.
Mister Barford says his most recent collection is called ‘The Good, The Bad and The Belle‘, and represents how the today’s youth is perceived by older generations. The pieces depict scenes of teen violence, our fascination with junk food, graffiti artists, and each has a witty name.
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‘Do It Again, I Didn’t Press Record’
‘Always The Best Way To Earn Your Wings’
‘Wonderland?! What F*****g Postcode’s That?…’
‘Cry Havoc And Let Slip The Dogs Of War’