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All artwork, text and images © James Straffon 2020.

URBAN FAUNA

 A limited edition print series, featuring street art works created by James Straffon, placed within the urban environment.

Each animal is currently endangered.


For buying enquiries email shop@james-straffon.co.uk
[include the print name.]


giraffe

A Giraffe at the Drinking Fountain.

Limited edition of 25. Signed.
Hahnemühle German Etching pigment print.
42 x 29cm.
[includes presentation folder and postage]
£150


red panda

A Red Panda up the Drain Pipe.

Limited edition of 25. Signed.
Hahnemühle German Etching pigment print.
42 x 29cm.
[includes presentation folder and postage]
£150


Tiger


A Tiger in the Tree House.

Limited edition of 25. Signed.
Hahnemühle German Etching pigment print.
42 x 29cm.
[includes presentation folder and postage]
£150


rhinoceros

A Rhino in the Herb Garden.

Limited edition of 25. Signed.
Hahnemühle German Etching pigment print.
42 x 29cm.
[includes presentation folder and postage]
£150


leopard

A Leopard guards the Landlord.

Limited edition of 25. Signed.
Hahnemühle German Etching pigment print.
42 x 29cm.
[includes presentation folder and postage]
£150


tree frog

A Tree Frog by the Snakes and Ladders.

Limited edition of 25. Signed.
Hahnemühle German Etching pigment print.
42 x 29cm.
[includes presentation folder and postage]
£150




All artwork, text and images © James Straffon 2020.

James Straffon

James Straffon is an acclaimed British artist, who lives and works in London.

He works across a wide range of media, creating large-scale public art installations,
private commissions and gallery exhibitions. 

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All artwork, text and images © James Straffon 2020.

Charity work for Dimension Data

A special charity artwork of Mark Cavendish created for Dimension Data by artist James Straffon

Following a company-wide draw, 22,100 € were raised from this unique artwork.

“That’s a lot of bicycles for children in Africa!!”
Marta Duponselle, Senior Marketing Manager, Dimension Data.

Forming a valuable part of the When the Fox met The Rooster project, a special artwork was created specific to Team Dimension Data, as a mechanism to generate focus and potential revenue for the Qhubeka Charity.

Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka raises funds for the Qhubeka to mobilise people on bicycles in Africa, as part of the #BicyclesChangeLives Campaign.


All artwork, text and images © James Straffon 2020.

Coastal Chic


Coastal Chic

In association with Collen & Clare.

A special commission for a boutique store in Southwold, Suffolk.
Work on canvas, plus interior walls. Spray paint and graffiti marker.
Main artwork 300cm x 150cm.

The project included a limited production of unique Anchor Tattoo artworks.













All artwork, text and images © James Straffon 2020.

Oh Yeah? Wham!

In association with Collen & Clare.

A series of unique anchor tattoo artworks, featuring the classic Popeye catchphrase.
Spray paint on handmade Khadi paper.
42cm x 29.7cm.
£125

These artworks are produced as part of the Coastal Chic commission.

For buying enquiries email shop@james-straffon.co.uk


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All artwork, text and images © James Straffon 2020.

COMMISSIONS


From individual works on canvas to entertainment industry production campaigns, interior and exterior installations to audio-tech product launches, James Straffon has worked with a broad array of clients, creating well-researched, contextually specific artistic solutions. His ability to work closely and thoughtfully to release a project's potential has resulted in an expanding collection of unique artworks.

If you would like to discuss a commission project send an email to
 james@james-straffon.co.uk










Skateboard artwork of Kate Moss by artist James Straffon
Skateboard artwork of Keith Haring by artist James Straffon
Skateboard artwork of Patti Smith by artist James Straffon





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All artwork, text and images © James Straffon 2020.