Shop

Selected from specific exhibitions, the tabs below provide an opportunity to own James Straffon original artworks, limited edition prints or published books.

Each connects to a new page, featuring detailed images, and pricing.
For buying enquiries and orders send an email HERE.


Shanti. 
A limited edition print.

Thirty-five tales. 
A special limited edition print in aid of Farm Sanctuary - commemorating their thirty-fifth year.

Flood. A sign. 
With global warming set to hit to 3C, flooding will redraw the map of the world.

Don't Be Koi 
A limited edition print depicting the unbalanced tao of global water through dumped plastic and toxins.

Let's Stay Together [The Mandarin] 
A limited edition print.

URBAN FAUNA 
A limited edition print series featuring endangered animals placed on London walls.

Studio 54 
A series of vintage skate decks featuring icons of the New York club scene.

Pride and The Peacock 
A limited edition print.

On Yeah? Wham!  
A series of anchor tattoo artworks as part of the Coastal Chic project.


Seraph Series  
Angelic artworks on canvas,
for the wall or altar.
HARK #1-15  
A special series of hand sprayed
prints produced as part of
the Angels of Southwold project.

sKATE  
An iconic photograph of an acclaimed British fashion model repurposed.

When The Fox met The Rooster 
A limited edition print series taken 
from the sellout exhibition at
the British Embassy Luxembourg.
MITOLOGIA ITALIANA  
An exploration of the Italian
Cultural landscape; a work of 
fiction for modern times.

100e  
A unique collection of limited edition
prints celebrating the 100th edition of
the Tour de France [2013].
LE TOUR Book 
Published by Rapha racing, as a
lavish accompaniment to the
LE TOUR exhibition.

FAB66 
A concise suite of mixed media  artworks featuring significant  cultural icons from 1966.

The Blank Canvas 
The artist is available to create bespoke artworks to fit the client's desired brief.
If you have an idea for a street art piece, or personal commission for a portrait etc, send an email.

All artwork, text and images © James Straffon 2021.

Let's Stay Together [The Mandarin] - limited edition print


Let's Stay Together [The Mandarin].

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



To purchase send an email shop@james-straffon.co.uk


All artwork, text and images © James Straffon 2021.

Flood. A sign.


Flood. A sign.

Spray paint on metal street sign
75 x 86cm.
£550 + postage

During the course of the twenty-first century, global sea levels are predicted to rise by up to 2 metres, possibly more. As a result, land occupied by 300 million people will fall below the elevation of an average annual coastal flood. By 2100, 200 million people could sit permanently below the high tide line.

The UN is warning that our planet is on course for 3C of global warming. This will ultimately redraw the map of the world. A key variable in this outcome will be how much heat-trapping pollution from human activities is dumped into the atmosphere, and how quickly the land-based ice sheets in Greenland and especially Antarctica destabilise. Another factor is widespread, intensive farming, which changes land cover by removing preexisting vegetation, thereby increasing the risk of flooding.

It is now widely accepted that extreme weather patterns, caused by long-term global climate change, make floods more likely. The science is impossible to ignore.

As global temperatures rise, there is significantly more energy in the Earth’s system. This amplified state results in higher air temperatures, which increase the possibility for evaporation and ultimately cloud formation. In this perfect storm scenario, the air is also able to hold more moisture content, which leads to an increase in precipitation intensity, duration and/or frequency.

"If you have more moisture in the atmosphere, the same rainfall systems rain harder - that is something we see globally. And that has a human greenhouse gas signal in it."
Professor Gabi Hegerl, University of Edinburgh.





All artwork, text and images © James Straffon 2021.

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.]



Let's Stay Together [The Mandarin].

Limited edition of 25. Signed.
Hahnemühle German Etching pigment print.
42 x 29cm.

£150
[plus packing and postage]


giraffe

A Giraffe at the Drinking Fountain.

Limited edition of 25. Signed.
Hahnemühle German Etching pigment print.
42 x 29cm.

£150
[plus packing and postage]


red panda

A Red Panda up the Drain Pipe.

Limited edition of 25. Signed.
Hahnemühle German Etching pigment print.
42 x 29cm.

£150
[plus packing and postage]


Tiger


A Tiger in the Tree House.

Limited edition of 25. Signed.
Hahnemühle German Etching pigment print.
42 x 29cm.

£150
[plus packing and postage]


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.

£150
[plus packing and postage]


tree frog

A Tree Frog by the Snakes and Ladders.

Limited edition of 25. Signed.
Hahnemühle German Etching pigment print.
42 x 29cm.

£150
[plus packing and postage]




All artwork, text and images © James Straffon 2021.

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 2021.

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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