Category: Art Work Discussions

Bambi – Hero to Zero

Bambi, the new street artist who is taking the UK by storm.

Could she be the next Banksy?  There is a possibility, a girl producing very high quality original street art which shows images relating to todays society.

Below you see ‘Hero to Zero‘ depicting the true story of an Afghan war Hero, who came back to the UK only to lose everything.

Walton Fine Arts specializes in Bambi’s works and can help you with purchase her works.  You can also visit their website on:



‘Hero to Zero’

Original, hand-cut stencil & spray paint on paper.  Hand signed & numbered from edition of 100 plus proofs.

Size: 0.79 x 1.14m



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Takashi Murakami Prints Murakami lithographs

Walton Fine arts have specialised in the works of Takashi Murakami for over a decade.  The main specialists in edition works in Europe, they have had two major shows which were in line with Tate Gallery London and Palace de Versaille, France.  Their stock inventory of Murakami lithographs in regularly changing and rather comprehensive; from early works such as the ‘reversal DNA’ to classic pieces such as ‘Flowerball, Flower, 727 & Jellyfish.’

What differentiates Walton Fine Arts especially is the quality & condition of the works that they have for sale and the high quality museum standard framing on all the works.  Both of these subjects are most important to Murakami in particular, as the works are executed on fine UV paper or Mirrored paper.  This makes them fragile which means that most of the Murakami works are not in absolute excellent condition.  Even when described by other new dealers or auction houses as ‘good condition’ this almost never includes imperfections such as: creases, scratches, colour attenuation, trimming, signature smudging etc…

High quality museum standards framing with high quality museum non UV and non reflective glass is also paramount when it comes to Murakami works.  Once again due to the nature of the works, they need to be preserved extra well.  So non acid based materials are a minimum, but the propper fitting and fixture of the works to the frame as well as taking away as much UV light to prevent UV damage over time is most pertinent.

In the case that you already own Murakami works, Walton Fine Arts will be happy to help assess the work for framing too.

Please visit the website for stock inventory: Murakami

Originally based and working from a studio in Asaka City, Japan, Takashi Murakami quickly established a large scale studio of assistants, taking influence from the work habits of Andy Warhol. Indeed, the Warholian similarities do not end there, for his work draws heavily from the fields of consumer culture, for so long an area deeply imbued in Warhol’s art.

Since emerging onto the contemporary art scene, Takashi Murakami’s work has done so much to challenge all that is held as sacred and sacrosanct within the domain of high art. The viewer is confronted by a forty two year old artist who has a grown progressively in stature since an initial spate of small scale exhibitions in his native Japan in 1995. Since then, Murakami has progressed as an artist to a level where his name can be heard in the same breath as Warhol, Pollock and De Koonig, mooted as someone that can join the upper echelons of the artistic hierarchy in the twenty first century.

Murakami paints in the self titled style of superflat, a method whereby everything within the image is portrayed in two dimensions only, and one that he used extensively during his commissioned work as a designer in 2003 for Louis Vuitton. But the superflat technique finds its origins in far less contemporary surroundings than couture fashion, since it draws upon traditional Japanese techniques pioneered by the panel and screen painters of the sixteenth century. This superflat technique can be seen as a common link between every piece he exhibits.


Joan Miro Original Prints

Walton Fine Arts has been specialising in the edition works of Joan Miro, amongst other modern masters, for over 20 years.  They carry a selection Lithographs, Etchings with aquatint and rare carburundum works.  These can vary from small works from the series of  ‘Miro Lithographs I- IV’ to rare pieces Like Barcelona & Espiru.

Walton Fine Arts prides itself in providing very good quality works, which are hand signed & numbered.  In addition to the highest standard of museum standards framing.

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Joan Miro


A very rare & extremely large original Aquatint with carburundum in colours, 1972. Handsigned & numbered in pencil Ed. 50.  D: 600

Size: 0.70 x 1.05cm.


Joan Miro


Etching, aquatint with carburundum in colours.  Pencil signed  & numbered ed 50.

Size(framed): 1.00 x 1.20m.

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Joan Miro

Miro Lithographs

Original lithograph in colours.  Pencil signed & numbered Ed. LXXX.

Size: 0.37 x 0.45m

Bambi, the street artist’s latest works

Bambi has just released two original stencil & spray paint on paper works, both as very small editions of 25.

The first is Neighhh.  The elegantly scaled horse stenciled in full force motion with its beautiful bright fucia tail.  In addition to the new take on the famous Rodin’s ‘The Kiss’; bringing a new edge on the classic masters.



Original hand cut, stencil & spray paint on paper.  Edition of 25.

Size: 0.78 x 1.14m



The Kiss

Original hand cut, stencil & spray paint on paper.  Edition of 25.

Size: 0.78 x 1.14m

To purchase one of these original works, subject to availability, please email or call +44 207 581 2332.


The artist known as Bambi

The Street artist Bambi…. Is this the new Banksy?

The up n coming artist known as Bambi, has set off to a great start in the commercial Urban art market.  Producing Hand-cut, hand-sprayed, hand-papered original one offs as editioned works, as apposed to editioned ‘prints’, such as those made by artists normally.

In addition to editioned original works, Bambi produces one of originals on mediums such as metal & canvas.

Walton Fine arts is the representative of Bambi, where you will see works come and go, in a rather igcognito manor.  Rather like Bambi’s crudentials which remain unknown.

Bambi, the urban artists latest street works include the following:
Bambi Make tea not war


‘Make tea not war’ in Belsize village, London NW3

A stencil & spray paint artwork based on this street piece is also available, enquire within.


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