Giclée Print, Giclée on cardboard and textured paper
Dimensions: 55cm (H) x 27cm (W) x 1.5cm (D) / 21.7" (H) x 10.6" (W) x 0.6" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings
Estimated delivery for this item is between 12 December - 17 December
This item ships from Chile
Please note that this item is unframed and will be shipped flat
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About the art
Made with Giclée on Cardboard and Textured Paper. Protected with lacquer.
Open to interpretation.
"The poor are poorer than they ever were.
The rich are richer than the poor.
Is it true about the poor?
It's always possible to be amusing.
I saw a rat down in the subway.
So what if you saw a rat."
- Frederick Seidel
As a young mind, I am in the middle of two subjects: my existence and my learning path. My art right now is the first bullet point of, hopefully, many to come. The paintings and drawings I work on focus on me getting better but especially on delivering a clear message through iconography. My existence and consciousness are the main subjects of my current work. It is the best starting point since most or all of us start our adulthood wondering the same questions; Why are we here? What comes next? And where do I stand in all of this? My views on this are drawn, written and painted.
Felipe Carvajal Brown Marcó
Based in: Santiago
I am a Chilean-American artist working actively since 2017 when I studied for one year Fine Arts in California. For personal reasons I've had to come back to Chile, and now I am finishing my Bachelor's in Construction Engineering, though I've never stopped making my art.
My work is centered around …
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