An exclusive limited edition print by Yeff & Hopper.
Size: A3 (297x420mm, 11.7x16.5in).
Paper: Museum quality Giclée print on Hahnemühle German Etching 310gsm archival paper. Printed in London, UK.
Edition: Limited edition of 50, signed and numbered by both Harry Yeff & Ben Hopper.
Worldwide trackable shipping from London: £6 UK, £12 elsewhere.
ABOUT THE ARTWORK
‘Sky Reacher’ is an original image of dancer Emma Farnell-Watson (Hofesh Shechter) photographed in 2016 by Ben Hopper.
The final piece was created during a spontaneous live drawing session, improvised by Harry Yeff, as part of a performance at HKwalls, a street art & mural festival in Hong Kong. March 2019.
This edition is a reproduction of the original piece, ink on A0 print.
Yeff & Hopper is the collaboration son of artists Harry Yeff (Reeps One) and Ben Hopper.
Having made their first collaboration in 2012, Yeff & Hopper have explored ways of combining photography, graphic art, sound and vibrations since.
They have exhibited in London and Hong Kong and worked with Ballantine's and Sofar Sounds.
Emma Farnell-Watson is an English dancer, currently dancing with Hofesh Shechter.
Harry Yeff (AKA Reeps One) is an award-winning artist who specialises in voice and tech-based performance. Yeff’s expertise in vocal musicianship and creative direction has generated an online global following, rendering over 100 million views and recognition as a pioneer of experimental vocalism.
In 2018 Yeff completed his third artist residency at Harvard University and acquired the title of ‘Culture Leader’ with the World Economic Forum.
Yeff produces work spanning disciplines, contexts and media as a response to an ongoing investigation into the evolution of the human voice, art and science. His work explores the fusion of visual and audio cultures, transforming vocal music into visible, physical form through performance, installation, sculpture, photography and film as well as curatorial, directorial and academic projects. Yeff has become one of the most decorated and progressive lateral thinkers in the world of voice and technology.
Ben Hopper is an Israel born London based fine art photographer.
Hopper’s personal work investigates the human figure. It raises awareness and challenges sexuality, social taboos, nudity censorship, identity and gender.
Celebrated online, it has reached a wide audience through media outlets including The Huffington Post, The Guardian, The Daily Mail, BuzzFeed, ELLE and GQ.
His controversial project ‘Natural Beauty’ sparked discussions on social media after going viral several times since 2014. It engaged tens of millions and empowered a global cultural trend of women letting their armpit hair grow.
Hopper’s ‘Naked Unicorn’ image from his project ‘Naked with Masks’ has become an Internet meme after its release in 2010.
His new projects focus on the nature of our core emotions, mental health and wellbeing, politics and the human condition.
Commercially, Hopper has been working in the performing arts sector with some of the world’s most iconic contemporary circus and dance companies.
Closely collaborating with local and international artists, companies and venues, Hopper has been producing promotional imagery and material for creative projects for over a decade. His clients and partners include Cirque du Soleil, Canon, The Roundhouse, Secret Cinema, Rambert and DV8 Physical Theatre.
Since 2010, Hopper has produced and participated in over 30 exhibitions, ran 3 successful crowd-funding Kickstarter campaigns and won 2 grants from the Arts Council of England. Hopper's exhibitions were attended by tens of thousands and his combined social media following stands at nearly 250k.