The poor duck ALWAYS gets it. Whether it’s lined up at the fairground or out in its natural habitat, the duck habitually meets a fate worse than death. And served up with sauce soon after its untimely demise. On this (agreeably illustrative occasion) said duck is being hunted down by a silent assassin. Silent and silhouetted for the most (graphic) part of Lhouette’s brand spankingly new mixed media release we’re justifiably fawning over here and very much now. Yes peeps, that’s right. The leader of the contemporary fine art (with figurative interludes) pack returns this Autumn 2014, as the critically acclaimed Lhouette whips the dust covers off his very latest framed box canvas iteration, entitled ‘Duck Hunt’, amongst others.
Armed with nothing more than a machine gun, killer heels and a trilby, Lhouette’s femme fatale has not one, but a collection of ducks set in her sights; once she’s finished this particular pose of course. As it’s all about the striking of the pose (and ducks, DON’T FORGET THE DUCKS!) in this pictorially dee-lish new acrylic and aerosol-etched ply study, which has been completed in a high gloss resin and is available, individually signed with immediate effect. Not that it’ll hang around for long given its paltry 35 example only limited edition appeal. You read right. Thirty-five. You know the drill.