A brand new giant outdoor artwork and matching commemorative postcard from Cold War Steve!

The massive triptych artwork is now on display in London over the Coronation bank holiday weekend. The unnamed Coronation and May Day triptych will be free to view in Spitalfields, East London for the next few weeks. It is also available as a giant foldable postcard with £5 from every sale going to CALM.


The exclusive triptych artwork was put together over the last few weeks as Chris took himself off Twitter and back off booze. It marks the Coronation of King Charles III and our national obsession with being ruled over by dubious individuals and their weird families and the total crisis in leadership of our absolutely pathetic and self serving establishment political class. But it is mainly a celebration of what we should really be reminding ourselves about our country, the true collective creativity, beauty in diversity and fundamental goodness that makes Great Britain really actually pretty great. 

The Triptych is on the corner of Quaker St. and Wheler St. (just off Commercial St. near Shoreditch High St. Station) and is free to view day or night. 

A giant postcard edition is now also available! The must-have free-standing affordable art-piece for this year’s celebration of the King and Queen finally getting their proper crowns and all the inherited land they stole from the people centuries ago. We’re fantastically excited to see them in their gold carriage, I think it’s going to cheer everyone right up.

The special new triptych design enables the postcard side to wrap around the main triptych image keeping it safe inside for delivery when sealed with a stamp or wax seal!

£5 from every triptych postcard sold will go directly to CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)

Size: The middle panel is roughly A4

Finish: Gloss finish on the artwork side and uncoated postcard reverse. Scored on panel divides to either stand up or fully fold in concealing the artwork for postage.