Danny Pockets’ work is an aggregation of forms and ideas that transcends the material from which it is constructed. Employing a variety of media from paint on canvas, recycled materials, acrylics, and chinagraph through to sound and light, Pockets’ art emerged from his highly developed studio practice.

In 1995, responding to a perceptible change in the urban landscape around him, Danny began ‘Congregation’, a series of paintings of shopfronts, abandoned amusement arcades, fairground rides and chip shops. Emerging from this series are the ‘Houses of the Holy’ paintings: music venues, dancehalls and clubs. These are Pockets’ best known works, his tribute to the cathedrals of our rock ’n’ roll heritage that have dramatically helped to shape the modern world; the rapidly disappearing, iconic landmarks at the heart of our culture and the places of magic and legend.

These limited edition prints are from the late Danny Pockets Houses of The Holy series.

Edition Prints

Astoria 1
  • 2018
  • Paper 48 x 84 cm / image 33 x 69 cm
  • Edition of 50

£350

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Rainbow
  • 2018
  • Paper 55 x 84 cm / image 41 x 69 cm
  • Edition of 50

£400

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Brixton Academy
  • 2013
  • paper 66 x 60 cm / image 52 x 45 cm
  • edition of 50

£350

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Hammersmith Palais
  • 2018
  • Paper 105 x 60 cm / image 91 x 45 cm
  • Edition of 50

£450

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Electric Ballroom
  • 2018
  • Paper 85 x 60 cm, image 71 x 45 cm,
  • Edition of 50

£400

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Brighton Pier
  • 2018
  • Paper 83 x 63 cm / image 69 x 45 cm
  • Edition of 50

£400

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