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To celebrate the London Art Fair this week we are bringing you five pieces of downloadable art by contemporary artist Pakpoom Silaphan and today's paper plane pays tribute to the American neo-expressionist Jean-Michel Basquiat.

Just download the design from the link below and follow these instructions to make your paper plane. Pakpoom will be at the Scream gallery's stand at the London Art Fair between 12 and 2 today and is happy to sign your paper plane, turning it into a true collector's item.

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