Mod-ism was way more than a movement, it was a lifestyle choice for thousands of young, scooter-obsessed men and women in its 60s heyday, the very eccentric British antidote to the American-inspired rocker. Spanning various elements of popular culture at the time (and since, by die-hards), mods stood out for all the right reasons. Capturing the mood of the times and places in her latest hand-embellished giclee limited edition, one of the nation’s best-loved contemporary fine artists, Kealey Farmer has illustratively championed the enduring imagery and symbolism closely associated with mods in the aptly-named, ‘House of Mod’. A patriotically hued and saturated, 17” x 27” iteration, this boldly graphic piece would stand out in any given urban living space; and is bound to generate a significant volume of interest now that it’s been released. You know what to do if you’re one of those potentially interested parties; pick up the phone, send an email or pop into the gallery today!