Marcus Armitage Print
Marcus Armitage Print

Marcus Armitage Print

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Original drawings from the animation    Something Out of Nothing    by Marcus Armitage.

Marcus Armitage is a BAFTA-nominated filmmaker. Marcus, who grew up in Wakefield, went to Leeds College of Art and Design and then onto the Royal College of Art in London. Marcus’ hand-drawn work employs bold colour and expressive motion, creating captivating visuals and thought-provoking stories.

The diversity of his approaches can be seen in his commissioned work such as his animated sequences for the documentary     LIMBO   which premiered at Sundance and in his award-winning short film   MY DAD  , which explores inherited racism using a tactile approach of oil pastels and newspaper clippings.

Marcus Armitage worked with   Orlando Weeks  and Maxine Peake on our newly commissioned animation,   Something Out of Nothing. Created by Weeks and Armitage, the animation is inspired by Barbara Hepworth’s art and life and features a voiceover by Peake.

Dimensions: Drawings on A4 paper, print size differs.


Print name: Man with dog admiring sculpture

Barbara Hepworth (1903–1975) is one of the most important artists of the 20th century. She was at the forefront of multiple avant-garde art movements, with wide-ranging interests that infused her work. Deeply spiritual and passionately engaged with political and technological change, Hepworth focused on the dynamic physical encounter with sculpture and how this could allow the viewer to both reflect on and alter their perceptions and experiences of the world.

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Barbara Hepworth

The Hepworth Wakefield opened in 2011 to house the Wakefield Council Permanent Art Collection and provide a legacy for Barbara Hepworth in the town in which she was born.

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