This piece explores the theme of social media narcissism, exemplified by the ‘selfie’ – which Hamish argues could be seen as “a modern expression of a modern age”.
His depiction of Marilyn Monroe symbolises an underlying commentary on the overuse of her iconic image, and his take on ‘smartphone mania’.
Hamish adds: “It’s a respectful and celebratory image that takes Marilyn right to the centre of contemporary culture.”
Image size: 24.75in x 28.00in
Framed Size: 32in x 36in
Edition size: 95
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