Hormazd Narielwalla-Limited Editions
Hormazd Narielwalla Is a London based artist who works in the medium of collage. His practice encompasses original prints, artist books, and sculpture. His first book Dead man's patterns (2008) was inspired by the shredding of bespoke paper tailoring patterns of savile Row customers who had died. The book attracted the attention go Sir Paul Smith who offered Narielwalla his first solo show in 2009. Five years later Saatchi awarded Narielwalla its annual showdown prize which led to his work being acquired by international private collectors.
In 2018 The Victoria and Albert Museum commissioned 4 artworks based on the artists personal hero Frida Kahlo for their blockbuster show in 2018. ten works of the artist are now in the permanent collection works on paper in the V&A.
We are delighted to have a few of these signed limited prints available.