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Wankers court

60 GBP

Celebrating one of Soho's most iconic streets 'Walkers Court', a Soho alley of the skintrade for decades, now under redevelopment soon to be sanitised this famous street will change forever.

The drawing features The Rubbishmen of Soho. In the shadows can be seen the late great Soho dandy, Sebastian Horsley and also features a sex dwarf paying homage to the band Soft Cell and their song of that title. The track is from their album 'Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret' that has a photo of Walkers Court on the back.

Archival Giclee print on Aquarelle Rag paper
Signed and numbered by the artist
Limited edition of 250

A3: 420mm x 297mm

Robert Rubbish is one of the founding members of LE GUN magazine.Buy robert rubbish Original Art and Art Prints www.robertrubbish.com 

Born in 1973, Robert Rubbish Greene studied Communication Art & Design at Royal College of Art in London from 2003 – 2005.

Historic London is an especially inspirational place for his work which brings together his interests in curiosities, joke shops, facial hair, Victorian punk revivalism and gin.

Between 2006 and 2010, Robert collaborated with Paul V Lawford on a project called ‘The Rubbish Men of Soho’. They took their inspiration from Soho’s rich mythology and added new narratives, performing live gigs in a style which they christened ‘Victorian Punk Revivalism’.

Robert took is nom de plume Robert Rubbish from being in 'The Rubbish Men of Soho'.

He has recently directed his first feature length film 'A One Eyed Man in the Kingdom of the Blind'.