Ed Sheeran | "In Reflection" Portrait Art Print

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Weight 0.2 kg
Print Size/s

A3 Portait (297 x 420cm), A4 Portait (210 x 297cm)

Specifications

Giclée Print, Hand Signed Certificate, Limited Edition

Full Description

In this outstanding portrait made in Ed Sheeran’s home, the performer takes a minute to pause in stillness on his grounds in Suffolk. The artist takes this unassuming moment to introduce and focus the viewer on his remarkable technique, fragmenting his face to not only pulls the viewer in to the fascinating line detail but as we are drawn into the portrait Ed closes his eyes on us. We see an almost intermate moment between the artist and Ed. Without a stage or the worlds gaze on the singer/songwriter we see Ed is left to ponder what he has achieved and possibly where he goes from here.

His ultra realistic portraits present the viewer with not only an honest study of the subject but also a deeper connection with them. Phillip tends to punch right through the barriers and show what lies beneath.

Illustrator's Lounge

Phillip Butah is the youngest ever artist to win the Prince of Wales Young Artists' Award, and studied at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design. He lives in London, UK.

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Editorial Review

Butah, whose portrait of Ed graced the cover of the singer's + album, provided the artwork for this project -- nearly 50 images drawn with pencil, pastels, charcoal and graphite.

MTV News

Emilee Lindner

His ultra realistic portraits present the viewer with not only an honest study of the subject but also a deeper connection with them. Phillip tends to punch right through the barriers and show what lies beneath.

Illustrator's Lounge

Phillip Butah is the youngest ever artist to win the Prince of Wales Young Artists' Award, and studied at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design. He lives in London, UK.

Amazon

Editorial Review

Butah, whose portrait of Ed graced the cover of the singer's + album, provided the artwork for this project -- nearly 50 images drawn with pencil, pastels, charcoal and graphite.

MTV News

Emilee Lindner