Apathy Exposed – Tristan Eaton

Apathy Exposed by Tristan Eaton
55 x 20 Inches
Limited Edition of 300

7 color screenprint with specialty day-glow (blacklight) inks on Coventry paper

Signed & Numbered

Featuring hand-deckled edges

This stunning limited edition highlights the plight of shark populations and oceans around the world. Up to 100 million sharks killed annually, primarily targeted for the global trade in shark fins, we must act now to help save these often misunderstood apex predators from extinction.
Tristan Eaton’s ‘Apathy Exposed’ is an explosive, large format silk-screen print featuring 7 vibrant layers of specialty day-glow (Blacklight) inks at a humongous scale. This special edition revisits Eaton’s sought after limited edition series of shark inspired prints that benefit PangeaSeed Foundation's art and activism (ARTivism) efforts around the globe.

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1 in stock

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£675.00

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Apathy Exposed by Tristan Eaton
55 x 20 Inches
Limited Edition of 300

7 color screenprint with specialty day-glow (blacklight) inks on Coventry paper

Signed & Numbered

Featuring hand-deckled edges

This stunning limited edition highlights the plight of shark populations and oceans around the world. Up to 100 million sharks killed annually, primarily targeted for the global trade in shark fins, we must act now to help save these often misunderstood apex predators from extinction.
Tristan Eaton’s ‘Apathy Exposed’ is an explosive, large format silk-screen print featuring 7 vibrant layers of specialty day-glow (Blacklight) inks at a humongous scale. This special edition revisits Eaton’s sought after limited edition series of shark inspired prints that benefit PangeaSeed Foundation’s art and activism (ARTivism) efforts around the globe.

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