Rarible NFT drop

Delayed slightly due to injuring myself, derp!!!

COMING SOON

https://app.rarible.com/vhs

About the Artist

VHS (Chris Webber) is an English contemporary artist currently based in Bangkok.

Born in the South West of England, he grew up Skateboarding and Surfing and has lived a life immersed in street culture.

With a Background in web, graphic design, animation and creative direction, Chris has worked for some of the worlds biggest brands, for large agencies, freelancing and TV work. A lifelong artist – but over the last few years the need to make art for art’s sake, and not just to make someone’s product look good became too much.

Chris now paints and creates art full time, crossing the boundaries between digital and physical art.

About the show

HELP me by VHS (Chris Webber)

The toys that you played with, shaped you. Now many years later they might be just faint memories but the need to play remains in all of us.

In a more digital world it is easy to loose touch with physicality and replace things that once brought us joy with all too perfect digital replicas that merely provide the illusion of real experiences.

We are getting swept away by what is happening and realizing HELP might be needed no matter in what form is the first step towards a better tomorrow.

About the Artist

VHS (Chris Webber) is an English contemporary artist currently based in Bangkok.

Born in the South West of England, he grew up Skateboarding and Surfing and has lived a life immersed in street culture.

With a Background in web, graphic design, animation and creative direction, Chris has worked for some of the worlds biggest brands, for large agencies, freelancing and TV work. A lifelong artist – but over the last few years the need to make art for art’s sake, and not just to make someone’s product look good became too much.

Chris now paints and creates art full time, crossing the boundaries between digital and physical art.

About the show

HELP me by VHS (Chris Webber)

The toys that you played with, shaped you. Now many years later they might be just faint memories but the need to play remains in all of us.

In a more digital world it is easy to loose touch with physicality and replace things that once brought us joy with all too perfect digital replicas that merely provide the illusion of real experiences.

We are getting swept away by what is happening and realizing HELP might be needed no matter in what form is the first step towards a better tomorrow.

Prints and multiples…

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