This framed 2020 limited edition print by ZEDSY titled 'Poison Apple 2.0' is a 5 colour hand-pulled screen print that marks five years of the original exhibition at Banksy's Dismaland, and serves as a reminder of the negative implications of digital technology. It has been signed, numbered, and embossed, then beautifully floated in a white frame. This is the Pacific Blue version that is a limited edition of 55. Other colours included Gold, Silver, and Midnight Green. COA included.
Framed Size: 895 x 730mm.
Zedsy is an anonymous street artist from Britain. Very little is known about the illusive artist. He has made his mark by painting walls and placing his artwork in key locations all over the world.
Zedsy was responsible for placing a Reduced Campbell Soup Can print made by him without permission at Tate Modern in the Warhol room. He has also placed his artwork on the separation wall in Bethlehem and displayed his artwork in Dismaland in 2015 as well.
He tackles politics, corruption, materialism, consumerism and tests the boundaries of the art world with his prolific works.