The imagery for this Giclée print is taken from a collection of shoes designed by Christian Laboutin, which was on display in the Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington. I thought it resembled a forest of dismembered arms waving their wares at a demented fashionista. I found my subject a few days later, walking along Regent Street. The backdrop was taken from advertising at Piccadilly Circus, which promised so much happiness for those looking for a zero calorie diet.
This edition of 100 is printed on a heavyweight Hahnemühle German Etching paper, and has an archival life of 80 years. Each print is accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity.