Artwork information




Embroidery on canvas




40 cm x 30 cm


Signed on the back

Proof(s) of authenticity

Certificate of authenticity issued by Vangart and signed by the artist. The purchase of this work also gives the right to obtain a NFT certification.

State of conservation

Very good




Lyon, France


Embroidered work of the British artist Mr. Penfold. It measures 40 x 30 cm without its frame and 46 x 36 cm with its frame. The frame is a black American box. Limited edition of only 8 copies.

"sense from nonsense" is an embroidery art made in 131 292 stitches or nearly 3h30 of work per canvas.

This work has the particularity of being embroidered on a particular textile since the artist has chosen linen to express his art.

About Vangart
Vangart is the perfect alliance between artistic creation and embroidery. Each collaboration is the result of a reflection with the artist on the choice of materials and colors to be used in order to faithfully transcribe his intentions. Each embroidered work represents several hours of work and hundreds of thousands of stitches which makes it totally unique.

Vangart collaborates with international artists to create limited edition embroidered works. Each work is numbered and delivered with a certificate of authenticity and signed by the artist. Delivery fee of 10 € for all France. For other destinations, do not hesitate to contact us.


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The artist


Mr Penfold

Emerging artistEmerging artist
Born in 1987


Tim Gresham, otherwise known as the artist "Mr Penfold", works across a variety of mediums from his Bristol based studio, the city where he currently resides.

The artist’s chosen fields range from explorative, abstract paintings and screen printing to bold, large scale murals and immersive installations. His work with has been exhibited in galleries and institutions globally and he has collaborated with some of the world’s most iconic brands.

Mr Penfold cites skateboard graphics and Memphis style furniture, alongside the study of form and colour from artists Tom Wesselmann and pioneer Eduardo Paolozzi from the Pop Art movement, and more recent contemporary artists such as MOMO and KAWS, as some of his influences.