The Connor Brothers

How Odd

Everything Was Beautiful

I Can Resist Everything Except Temptation

What Matters In Life

I Don’t Care What Anybody Says About Me

I Don’t Want To Go To Heaven

Shameless Lies

How Odd
How Odd


Edition: /2
Medium: Hand painted vintage paperback with silkscreen
Signature: Signed
Framed Dimensions: 10.75 x 8.25 inches
Year: 2018

Everything Was Beautiful
Everything Was Beautiful


Edition: /2
Medium: Hand painted vintage paperback with silkscreen
Signature: Signed
Framed Dimensions: 10.75 x 8.25 inches
Year: 2018

I Can Resist Everything Except Temptation
I Can Resist Everything Except Temptation


Edition: Unique
Medium: oil on canvas
Signature: Signed
Unframed Dimensions: 72 x 45.3 inches
Framed Dimensions: 72.75 x 45.5 inches
Year: 2019

What Matters In Life
What Matters In Life


Edition: Unique
Medium: oil on canvas
Signature: Signed
Unframed Dimensions: 72.8 x 45.3 inches
Year: 2019

I Don’t Care What Anybody Says About Me
I Don’t Care What Anybody Says About Me


Edition: Unique
Medium: oil on canvas
Signature: Signed
Unframed Dimensions: 72.8 x 45.3 inches
Year: 2019

I Don’t Want To Go To Heaven
I Don’t Want To Go To Heaven


Edition: Unique
Medium: oil on canvas
Signature: Signed
Unframed Dimensions: 72 x 45 inches
Framed Dimensions: 72.75 x 45.5 inches
Year: 2019

Shameless Lies
Shameless Lies


Edition: Unique
Medium: Giclee, screen print, oil and hand applied varnish on paper
Signature: Signed
Unframed Dimensions: 67 x 39 inches
Framed Dimensions: 73 x 46 inches
Year: 2018

Biography

The Connor Brothers are known for their paintings and prints featuring vintage pin-up beauties and Old Hollywood starlets in seductive poses, paired with captions that exude a dry sense of humor. The Connor Brothers—a pseudonym for the British artists Mike Snelle and James Golding—initially retained anonymity under their fictional guise. They posed as fictional twin brothers Franklyn and Brendan Connor, who had escaped from a California cult (called “The Family”) by running away to Brooklyn at age 16 to become artists. Today, Snelling and Golding have shed their guise, and align their work with social causes such as the European refugee crisis.