THE SHOP OF ROBERT RUBBISH
WHAT A LOAD OF RUBBISH

WHAT A LOAD OF RUBBISH


“WHAT A LOAD OF RUBBISH” was the headline of The Daily Mirror on 16th February 1976. It referred to the Tate Galleries Acquisition of The Bricks by minimalist sculptor Carl Andre. The exhibit comprised of one-hundred-and-twenty firebricks.
Robert Rubbish has made this headline his new slogan print. In response to the crazy world-events of recent times, here is a print that the viewer can put on a wall, spend time reflecting on the sentiment of the slogan and react to it in a very English way.
This print has been scientifically tested and has been clinically proven to make the viewer 57% more joyous and content with modern living.

Limited edition, screen print
Signed and numbered by the artist, in an edition of 500
Sugar Paper 140gsm colour Buff Gold
A2: 594mm x 420mm
50 GBP