British Urban Pop Art
Our first dip into Hue Folk’s work. An emerging collective of artists who love to work with vibrant colours.
Hue Folk is a collective of diverse young artists brought together through their fascination with vibrant colour, typography, graphic design, folk and urban art. As creatives from varied disciplines, they bring together the vision of illustrators, graphic designers and digital artists.
The debut collection from Hue Folk is heavily influenced by traditional lettering techniques vs 21st-century social media commentary, resulting in an assortment of vivid 3D typography based works. This Playful approach to our modern obsession with social media rehashes the old with a contemporary twist, whilst paying homage to the traditional craft of hand lettering.
The collaboration of these individual artists results in a mash-up of printmaking, laser cutting and stencilling, to name just a few of the techniques they are reinventing. Hue Folk’s eclectic use of materials further increases the diversity of this collection, and include laser engraved wood, spray paint, ink and gold leaf.
With a studio based in Milton Keynes the most recent collections such as, ‘Idol Eyes’, ‘Cover Stars’, and ‘Pin Ups’ all achieving sold out status, this collaboration is certainly one to follow and invest in when you get the chance.
Original Artworks by Hue Folk
Bowie on Brick Lane
Mixed Media - 76 x 76cm
Mixed Media - 91 x 46cm