Artists Editions’ Australia SeriesIn collaboration with The Cat Street Gallery, Faux is delighted to present its Artists’ Editions Australia Series. Four leading Australian leading Australian artists: Belinda Fox, James Gordon, Lucas Grogan, Marc Standing have each been commissioned to develop original designs for 4 bone china products in this unique series in a limited edition of 80 sets only per artists

Australia Series - Limited Edition

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Lucas Grogan Limited Edition Dinner Plates - Set of 4

HK$4,400.00 -80% HK$880.00

Limited Edition Box Set of 4 Dinner Plates by Lucas Grogan  lives and works in Melbourne. He began exhibiting in 2005 and since that time has had a meteoric rise to prominence. Essentially a textile artist who also employs drawing, Grogan uses line and pattern in the absence of color, often pairing his unique graphic style with an acerbic wit. His pithy phrases and vignettes of everyday life simultaneously make acute observations while finding connections across a broad spectrum of experiences. His work has appeared in numerous art and design publications and he has undertaken a number of large-scale wall commissions such as the façade of MoVida in Hosier Lane in Melbourne. Grogan's work is found in the collections of Deutsche Bank, Wesfarmers, David Walsh, Artbank,, Newcastle Region and Art Gallery and numerous important private collections.

Lucas Grogan Limited Edition Medium Bowl

HK$2,600.00 -80% HK$520.00

Limited Edition Medium Bowl byLucas Grogan Lucas Grogan lives and works in Melbourne. He began exhibiting in 2005 and since that time has had a meteoric rise to prominence. Essentially a textile artist who also employs drawing, Grogan uses line and pattern in the absence of color, often pairing his unique graphic style with an acerbic wit. His pithy phrases and vignettes of everyday life simultaneously make acute observations while finding connections across a broad spectrum of experiences. His work has appeared in numerous art and design publications and he has undertaken a number of large-scale wall commissions such as the façade of MoVida in Hosier Lane in Melbourne. Grogan's work is found in the collections of Deutsche Bank, Wesfarmers, David Walsh, Artbank,, Newcastle Region and Art Gallery and numerous important private collections.

Lucas Grogan Limited Edition Oval Platter

HK$3,800.00 -80% HK$760.00

Limited Edition Oval Platter byLucas Grogan Lucas Grogan lives and works in Melbourne. He began exhibiting in 2005 and since that time has had a meteoric rise to prominence. Essentially a textile artist who also employs drawing, Grogan uses line and pattern in the absence of color, often pairing his unique graphic style with an acerbic wit. His pithy phrases and vignettes of everyday life simultaneously make acute observations while finding connections across a broad spectrum of experiences. His work has appeared in numerous art and design publications and he has undertaken a number of large-scale wall commissions such as the façade of MoVida in Hosier Lane in Melbourne. Grogan's work is found in the collections of Deutsche Bank, Wesfarmers, David Walsh, Artbank,, Newcastle Region and Art Gallery and numerous important private collections.

Lucas Grogan Limited Edition Pasta and Salad Bowl

HK$1,800.00 -80% HK$360.00

Limited Edition Pasta and Salad Bowl byLucas Grogan Lucas Grogan lives and works in Melbourne. He began exhibiting in 2005 and since that time has had a meteoric rise to prominence. Essentially a textile artist who also employs drawing, Grogan uses line and pattern in the absence of color, often pairing his unique graphic style with an acerbic wit. His pithy phrases and vignettes of everyday life simultaneously make acute observations while finding connections across a broad spectrum of experiences. His work has appeared in numerous art and design publications and he has undertaken a number of large-scale wall commissions such as the façade of MoVida in Hosier Lane in Melbourne. Grogan&rsquos work is found in the collections of Deutsche Bank, Wesfarmers, David Walsh, Artbank,Newcastle Region and Art Gallery and numerous important private collections.

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