Andy Hughes' photographic work explores the littoral zone and the politics of waste. In 2013 he travelled to Alaska, invited as part of an international team of artists and scientists to work on the project GYRE: The Plastic Ocean. This unique project explores the integration of science and art to document and interpret the issue of plastic and human waste in the marine and coastal environment. His groundbreaking book Dominant Wave Theory includes essays by leading commentators and scientists, designed by David Carson and published by Booth-Clibborn Editions, London and Abrams Books, New York. He was the first Artist in Residence at Tate Gallery St. Ives and short-listed reserve artist for the Arts Council England Antarctic Fellowship.

He supports many non-profit and NGO's such as Surfers Against Sewage, The Marine Conservation Society and Surfrider Foundation. Buy purchasing from this store you are helping to support his work. 

Limited Edition Litho Poster Prints
  • These limited edition poster prints are part of a finite series. Printed on Olin High White Wove recycled paper each is signed and numbered on the back of the print in the right hand corner by the artist. The edition number is fixed, which means that once the poster litho prints sell out, they will no longer available.
  • These prints are not museum quality but made simply so as to enable you to enjoy and support Andy Hughes photographic work. They are high quality full colour CMYK offset lithographic reproduction prints. Each print is crafted at a local print studio in Cornwall and given special care to maintain quality at final print size.
  • Sorry, framing is not available, all prints ship unframed.

Andy Hughes museum and gallery photographic works are reserved for exhibitions and museum collections; please contact Andy hughes directly for details.

While you own a poster print of created by Andy Hughes, you do not own any rights to the image; you have purchased a copy of the image. Only the owner of the copyright is authorized to reproduce the image. All Andy Hughes images are protected by Copyright. Without prior permission, you cannot copy or reproduce the image for any reason, be it personal, educational, non-profit, or commercial. If you want permission to use or license an image for any reason, please contact Andy Hughes directly for a licensing quote.