Most Wanted – Sid Vicious 1979 (Shocking Pink) By Louis Sidoli



Edition: Limited Edition of 20
Medium: Printmaking
Materials: 310gsm Hahnemühle matt textured paper
Size (cm): 50 x 50 Image size (80 x 80 framed size)



Most Wanted – Sid Vicious 1979 By Louis Sidoli – Most Wanted Series

About this piece: This mugshot of Sid Vicious was taken in New York 1979 shortly before his death of an O/D. He was arrested ‘In Connection with murder of his girlfriend Nancy Spungen. Her body was found in their New York hotel room at the iconic Chelsea Hotel. Vicious phoned room service to raise the alarm with the hotel staff and then ran downstairs saying “something’s happened to my girl”. Police were called to the scene and handcuffed Vicious. As he was led away he shouted at a small crowd gathered to “sod off” ! He was charged under his real name, John Ritchie and could have faced imprisonment if he hadn’t died.

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About this series: First produced in 2009, the ‘Most Wanted’ series of artworks, based on police mugshots of pop culture icons became a best selling international published print edition by Washington Green Fine Art. Limited editions and mixed media originals of the series are owned by collectors worldwide, including many high profile personalities. 

This piece was originally Designed, Hand Sketched, Drawn and then Digitally Printed. Each piece of his artwork is always hand signed and provided with a certificate of authenticity.


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Fine Art Prints

Black Frame (Overall Size Incl. Frame 80cm x 80cm), Unframed Print 50cm x 50cm, White Frame (Overall Size Incl. Frame 80cm x 80cm)


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