Robin Coleman Shoot

February 09, 2016

Robin Coleman Shoot

Robin Coleman is taking the world by storm with his mulifaceted layering of pop-culture and fine-art. Here at Wyecliffe we've got our hands on four originals rendered in unique media such as tax disks, comic books and postage stamps!


It seemed only natural to capture the excitement of these works with a little mixed media of our own so we've filmed the set here at our Weybridge showroom... Allowing us to experiment with our new camera tracking system!

Of course, if you prefer your artwork live; pop down to our gallery in Weybridge and see Robin Coleman's originals for yourself. Our unique interactive showroom lets you see the unique materials react to changing light and atmosphere. Oh and coffee comes as standard too....

See our full collection of Robin Coleman's art here: https://wyecliffe.com/collections/robin-coleman-art


















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