The Postman, Brighton’s street artist duo have a passion for photography, iconic imagery and pop culture. Their work began on the streets as paste ups and they now also work on large-scale murals, original artworks, and prints using stencils, collage, and spray paint.
This original artwork depicts George IV, the Prince Regent who put Brighton on the map by building his pleasure palace, the Royal Pavilion.
Paste up and spray paint on board, framed in a gold swept frame.
Signed on the back
112 x 83 cm