"Downsides To Making A Living" is the debut album from West London four piece 12 DIRTY BULLETS.


Produced by renowned producer Hugh Jones (Echo and the Bunnymen, Charlatans, Dodgy, Bluetones etc) the album documents the streets of Young London. The eleven songs capture the thrills and disappointments of life in our capital. 


Formed in 2007 by brothers Jamie and Josh Jamieson the 12 DIRTY BULLETS powered onto the scene as a refreshing alternative to the touchy-feely indie rock that was saturating the airwaves. Honest lyrics and commanding riffs mix with unique guitar sounds to make them one of England's most exciting bands.


This high quality artwork is studio printed using vibrant archival inks on a lovely 230gsm soft textured matte paper stock. All my pieces have a limited print run of 50 and are available framed and mounted in a quality modern wooden box frame. 


As well as being a huge fan of Indie Rock n Roll, Hip-Hop and Soul music my work is also hugely influenced by a wide range of design styles including Grunge and Swiss Modernism, two contrasting styles which make for some awesome compositions.


Since picking up a can of Montana 94 spray paint a few years ago I became hooked on the paint fumes while working on my first wall, so a lot of Graffiti and Street Art feeds into my work.

12 Dirty Bullets Poster Downsides To Making A Living Art Print

  • A3 Framed & Mounted

    Frame SIze:
    20' x 16' (500mm x 400mm) 
    A3 (420mm x 297mm)

  • A4 Framed & Mounted

    Frame Size:

    16' x 12' (400mm x 300mm) 

    A4 (297mm x 210mm)

  • A4 Framed

    Frame Size:

    11.7' x 8.3' (297mm x 210mm) 

    A4 (297mm x 210mm)

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