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V&A Austur Robin London by Kristjana S Williams – limited edition print, signed and numbered


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Icelandic-born artist Williams uses collage, cutting, printing, scanning and colouring to create each piece over a period of months. Her prints are exquisitely detailed, with intricate layers of details and humorous hidden references. This map of East London shows her own spin on the city, including various allusions to the V&A – look closely to find a framed quote by William Morris, a depiction of the Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green, and a banner stating ‘The excellence of every art must consist in the complete accomplishment of its purpose’ – the same inscription that marks the museum’s entrance.


Kristjana S Williams


640mm x 640mm


Giclée printed on Hahnemühle 300 gsm archival paper. Signed and numbered, limited edition of 245

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Kristjana S Williams

Kristjana S Williams

Kristjana S. Williams is an Icelandic-born artist who works from her studio in Kew, south west London. Having trained at Central St Martins School of Art and Design, Williams has been working with the V&A since 2012, creating a number of limited editions in this time for the V&A shop. Williams intricately detailed and hugely colourful works often take inspiration from nature, creating dazzling layers of plants and birds, butterflies and exotic flowers. Each of her prints creates a unique and half-imagined world which the viewer can inhabit, taking in the flamboyant characters, historical references, sense of magic and, always, a touch of the unexpected.