From climbing lampposts to revving his scooter as a teenager, Bob Barker’s touching memories are encapsulated in the newest releases from Northern Impressionism.
This artwork is a nostalgic take on the ‘Mod’ subculture of Bob Barker’s youth. It encourages viewers to think about their own memories of this era – which began in London in 1958 and encompassed fashion, music and scooters.
Bob says: “This piece is about the feeling of just being there in the moment. It’s the ambience of the evening as the mood changes, making it more exciting than the lunchtime hustle and bustle.” Find out more about Bob’s past as a Mod on our blog, here.
Edition size: 195
Medium: Fine Art Print
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