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Monday, 23 July, 2001, 11:57 GMT 12:57 UK
Picture gallery: Brit art on call
New British art can now be downloaded onto your mobile phone.

Eight newly-commissioned works will go live on the Vodafone website on Wednesday - to be downloaded at 36p a time.

Chipmonk by George Barber
Chipmonk by George Barber, a graduate of St Martin's College in London

Circle Square by Carolyn Bunt
Circle Square by Carolyn Bunt who is known for her vibrant screen prints

Untitled work by Peter Denmark
Peter Denmark often paints geometrical abstracts

Untitled work by Jaclyn Hargreaves
Jaclyn Hargreaves fuses Optical Art with computer images

Do you want to come dancing? by Sibylle Heil
Do you want to come dancing? by Sibylle Heil, a graduate of Goldsmiths College, London

Artwork by Katherine Lubar
Light Patterns by Katherine Lubar, who normally favours intensely coloured canvases

Killer Bees by Tracey Newman
Tracey Newman explores ideas of make-believe in Killer Bees

Switch by Tom Pearman
Previously Tom Pearman has aimed at a contemporary form of stained glass

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