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  • Artwork by The Connor Brothers, a man smokes a cigarette with whiskey in hand. Wording above the image reads My relationship with whiskey is on the rocks. Studio 74 art gallery bristol
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The Connor Brothers

My Relationship With Whiskey (Hand Coloured) Small

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My Relationship With Whiskey (Hand Coloured) by The Connor Brothers

‘‘My relationship with Whiskey is on the Rocks' - this quote is from a whiskey tasting book. This is also quite a dark theme cloaked in humour. Again, this is classic Connor Brothers. You are grappling with the narrative of humour vs addiction. The power of language and metaphor in this piece is also worth noting. They have spelt Whiskey with an ‘e’ which is traditionally brewed in Ireland and the USA which could be a subtle nod to their own American back story when they were living with the cult and living a nomadic existence. 

The silkscreen print is framed in a dark wood frame and glass front. This is an exquisite hand coloured limited edition.

About The Connor Brothers

The Connor Brothers’ best-known works offer a playful twist on the conventions of pulp fiction cover art, accompanied by words from the world’s greatest poets, cynics and wits. These satirical juxtapositions of cliché and brilliance strike a chord with the modern age. Thought provoking and ironic, they invite us to think about the difference between appearance and reality, between what we see, what we think we see, and what we want to see.

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