Debris Print - Hand Embellished Vhils
Debris Print - Hand Embellished Vhils
Debris Print - Hand Embellished Vhils
Debris Print - Hand Embellished Vhils
Debris Print - Hand Embellished Vhils
Debris Print - Hand Embellished Vhils
Debris Print - Hand Embellished Vhils
Debris Print - Hand Embellished Vhils
Debris Print - Hand Embellished Vhils
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Dimensions: 50 x 70 cm | 19.7 x 27.6 in

Medium: Hand-finished, 2-colour screen print using Ink, Quink ink, bleach, and acid on Keaykolour Original China White 300 g/m2 paper

Provenance: Hand-numbered and hand-signed by artist. Comes with original Certificate of Authenticity (COA) from Underdogs.

Edition: Limited Edition of 300 (#157/300)

Year: 2017

Condition: Excellent

 

ARTIST BIO

 

Vhils

Vhils is a young artist who has already engraved a permanent mark in street art history. He divides his carvings into layers of images and then begins by destroying to create. His work consists of faces of individuals, often-unknown beings within a community.

This artist believes that destruction is a form of construction. You read that right. As crazy as it sounds he has found a very impressive method and that is by etching, scratching, carving and even exploding walls! Of course, much graffiti can be labeled destructive, but his work is truly pushing the boundaries. He believes change is necessary to communicate with the mass public, and this includes society. Vhils currently lives and works in London and Lisbon.