DAVID SHRIGLEY (b.1968)

My Rampage is Over

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B.1968)

My Rampage is Over

大卫‧史瑞格里 (1968 年生)

无题 (我吃蛞蝓)

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1968)

(i) Kangaroo Kind of Thing (ii) What Happens After You're Dead (iii) Sick Ted

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1968)

Untitled (I would like to write on your walls), 2020

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1968)

(i) Everything's Fine (ii) Black Sky (iii) Silhouette on red background

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1968)

Keep your Ass away from the Cactus

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1968)

You will not stop me from singing my song

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1968)

I try to be friendly

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B.1968)

To Hell With Zoos

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B.1968)

I Will Retrieve Your Phone

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1968)

Untitled (Don't Stop)

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1968)

To Hell With Zoos

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1968)

I'm so excited

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B.1968)

My Rampage is over

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1968)

Untitled (Big Sun)

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B.1968)

Untitled (The Elephant)

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B.1968)

I Cannot Live Without You

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B.1968)

Untitled (Witness My Joy)

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B.1968)

Another Task for You

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1968)

I Hate Human Beings

大卫·史瑞格里(1968 年生)

你不会停止我唱我的歌

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B.1968)

Untitled (Time)

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B.1968)

Untitled (Enjoy Each Moment)

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1968)

I'm Sorry For Being Awful

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1968)

Untitled (I would like to write on your walls)

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1968)

This Wall Belongs to Me

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B.1968)

Untitled (Just Fly Away)

大衛.史瑞格里(1968 年生)

世界末日 双层汉堡派送

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1968)

Double Cheeseburger End of the World Giveaway

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1938)

You Will Not Stop Me From Singing My Song

DAVID SHRIGLEY (b.1968)

Untitled (Creature)

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1968)

Keep your Ass away from the Cactus

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B.1968)

Double Cheeseburger End of the World Giveaway

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B.1968)

Please Shut Up

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B. 1968)

You Are Not Alone

DAVID SHRIGLEY (B.1968)

Balance The Ball On Your Face

大卫.史瑞格里(1968 年生)

世界末日 双层汉堡派送

DAVID SHIRGLEY (B.1968)

The Memory Is The First Thing To Go