McCrow

Gulf Sale  by McCrow
Gulf Sale
Size Size 87cm x 25cm [framed 155cm x 120cm]
Medium 24ct gold plate, gold leaf on wood parts, inert AK47
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Digital Welfare Reflected - 556 by McCrow
Digital Welfare Reflected - 556
Size 90cm x 112cm
Price £20,000
Medium 2,753 spent British military rounds
Frame Framed
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Renaissance by McCrow
Renaissance
Size 97cm x 73cm
Price £40,000
Medium 4,081 spent military rounds, Mona Lisa hand carved replicated 24ct Gold gilt frame
Frame Framed
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nextrepublic by McCrow
nextrepublic
Size 50cm x 50cm
Price £13,000
Medium Various Military rounds polished on a board of bone
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Invader - Twin Tower by McCrow
Invader - Twin Tower
Size 42.5cm x 178cm
Price £9,600
Medium Fired/Decommissioned Ammunition and Melted Weaponry on a Steel Base
Edition LIVE, LOVE, PLAY, FEAR, BOMB and STOP WARS available
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Invader - Individual  by McCrow
Invader - Individual
Size 14cm x 10cm
Price £500
Medium Fired/Decommissioned Ammunition and Melted Weaponry
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Invader Tower - Individual by McCrow
Invader Tower - Individual
Size 20cm x 178cm - Individual
Price £4,500
Medium Fired/Decommissioned Ammunition and Melted Weaponry on a Steel Base
Edition LIVE, LOVE, PLAY, FEAR, BOMB and STOP WARS available
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Toy Gun - Boxed Print by McCrow
Toy Gun - Boxed Print
Size 107cm x 39cm
Price ££3,500
Medium Limited Edition Box Framed Print of Painted AK47
Edition 47
Frame Framed
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AK47 - Boxed Print by McCrow
AK47 - Boxed Print
Size 107cm x 39cm
Price £3,500
Medium Limited Edition Box Framed Print of Painted AK47
Edition 47
Frame Framed
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In Case of Emergency by McCrow
In Case of Emergency
Size 112cm x 51cm x 9cm
Price £6,950
Medium Deep frame painted red, glass front, In Case of Emergency painted on glass Removed from DR Congo Decommissioned AK47 enclosed
Edition Original
Frame Framed
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McCrow
Prices:
£3,500 - £45,000
About

Following his close friend’s life-changing injuries—caused by the devastating impact of war—McCrow made a personal commitment to use the commercial side of his art to stem the flow of illicit weapons by destroying 1,000,000 guns. McCrow pioneered the concept of the art of disarmament: using weapons recovered from war torn areas of the world, decommissioning them and giving them a new life as unique pieces of art. Through the creative process, McCrow tells the human stories that share their history with each weapon, along with new questions about morality, endeavour and ultimately, the true cost of conflict.

The underlying theme of McCrow's work is an exploration of moral insanity; addressing a decay of social affections, an aversion to the nearest relatives and friends formerly beloved; in short, a change in the moral character of the individual. Guns have long had an extraordinary and terrible influence. There are those who glorify them, those that subjugate through them and those who suffer by them. McCrow captures this polarising behavior and re-introduces the subject into the 21st Century, portraying it with originality, wit, and soul. McCrow’s art is controversial, thought provoking and embraces the contradictory views that come with guns and refocuses them with a fresh perspective and a heartfelt purpose.

One Less Gun is McCrow’s charity. Its aim is to change the way the world deals with surplus and illicit small arms by raising awareness of their continued threat, and funding specialist teams and machinery to secure or destroy them in areas affected by gun violence. There goal is to take 1,000,000 weapons out of circulation, preventing them from falling into the wrong hands and helping regions secure a brighter, more stable future for those who continue to live and work there.