What was Sartre on about when he said “Hell is other people”? Did he find them annoying? Was he suggesting that we are defined by them? Or did he mean that their existence is our jail, the ‘Hell’ that we can never escape?
Or perhaps he was simply a miserable old bastard who needed to get out more.
Philosophical interpretation aside, you may not always have full control of your own identity. But you could do worse than hang this stylish appropriation of a heady existentialist dilemma on your wall.
AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER
SHIPS JULY 2013
• Two colour screen print
• Heavyweight 50% cotton paper (270 gsm)
• 52 x 78 cm / 20 x 30 inches
• White paper
• Hand screened in East London
• Limited edition of 150