David Shrigley Draws for Tate

David Shrigley has been hard at work for Tate again, this time coming up with this appealing selection of goodies that comes with the purchase of a gift membership. Shrigley, who previously designed a limited edition travel wallet for the Tate, has put together a bag, a selection of stationary and a membership card all drawn in his signature style. And with the London Tates showing blockbuster shows of both Mark Rothko and Francis Bacon this autumn, it might be just the time to join.

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David Shrigley has been hard at work for Tate again, this time coming up with this appealing selection of goodies that comes with the purchase of a gift membership. Shrigley, who previously designed a limited edition travel wallet for the Tate, has put together a bag, a selection of stationary and a membership card all drawn in his signature style. And with the London Tates showing blockbuster shows of both Mark Rothko and Francis Bacon this autumn, it might be just the time to join.

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