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I Hate You Print by Adam McEwen

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Anyone can reference the Beatles or the Stones, but if you want something more obscure then what about this I hate you print by Adam McEwen.

Not the most obvious song lyric, but if you know your 1960s garage bands (as I'm sure many of our readers do), then you'll recognise these words as taken from the song by The Monks. The design was originally created for the Billboard for Edinburgh project, where each year four artists are invited to make a giant poster for display in the centre of the Edinburgh by the Ingelby Gallery. The gallery also releases a limited edition print of the billboard works, so this is one of just 50 prints. It costs £600, but can be bought with an Own Art interest free loan to spread the cost.

Buy it online from Culture Label.

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