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Stuart Semple + HIT and RUN = rhyming artist Tees

“Good artists copy, great artists steal”

– Pablo Picasso

British artist Stuart Semple has lifted name-dropping to an art form with these one-off witty creations,
in a new collaboration with HIT and RUN.

The question you have to ask yourself did Stuart copy or did he steal the idea?

A source close to Henry Holland said:

The designs are vaguely reminiscent of something I’ve seen before.”

Giles Deacon said

Stuart who?

Katherine Hamnett said absolutely nothing.

HIT and RUN creates printed to order T-shirts designed by global artists, using ethically sourced,
organic cotton, non-toxic print inks and no plastic packaging. Previous collaborations have included
with Jake Chapman, Pam Hogg and Hayden Kays, among others.

Stuart Semple for HIT and RUN available NOW just £39.99, via hitandrun.ltd/stuart-semple



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