You Stole My Look!
© The Artist and Emily Tsingou Gallery

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You Stole My Look! 1997
The first version of this print was published in the first issue of a comic produced by Starr. The comic introduced her Tuberama story, which featured a group of people on the Tube, who sing and dance on their way to meeting their doppelgängers at the Doppelstat station. The print was subsequently transformed into a musical animation with a thirteen song soundtrack. Starr wore the five outfits during the making of the comic, and made them the subject of an advertisement in the style of 1960s girls' comics, such as 'Bunty'. This work is from a portfolio of prints by eleven different London-based artists, called ‘Screen’. The title is taken from the screenprint technique but also refers to the fact that most of the artists had worked with film or photography.

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A group of art works, by one or more artists, issued or housed together in a portfolio case. This often applies to photographs or prints, and portfolios often include a title page or introductory text. The term is also used to describe a group of works which exemplify an artist's work overall.


An image pressed or stamped onto paper or fabric. This encompasses a wide variety of techniques, usually produced in multiples, although one-off prints, known as monoprints, are also included. The term is also applied to photographic images.


A print made by forcing ink through a screen on which a stencil is placed. Traditionally used for commercial printing, it has been taken up by artists since the 1960s when it was used extensively in Pop art.

Portfolio, Print, Screenprint


  • Acc. No. GMA 4200 G
  • Medium Screenprint
  • Size 88.80 x 72.00 cm
  • Credit Purchased 1998