Happy Birthday Madonna (Paster) Print Mr. Brainwash
Happy Birthday Madonna (Paster) Print Mr. Brainwash
Happy Birthday Madonna (Paster) Print Mr. Brainwash
Happy Birthday Madonna (Paster) Print Mr. Brainwash
Happy Birthday Madonna (Paster) Print Mr. Brainwash
Happy Birthday Madonna (Paster) Print Mr. Brainwash
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Happy Birthday Madonna (Paster)

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Mr. Brainwash

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Dimensions: 19.75 x 27.5 in

Medium: Screen print on thin news print paper. Also known as a Paster or Wheatpaste print.

Provenance: Unsigned. Includes gallery Certificate of Authenticity.

Edition: Non-editioned Multiple (very limited)

Year: 2008-2010

Condition: Very good (normal wear/handling to be expected from this type of artwork. See Photos)

Notes: This is an original "paster" that was spared from being glued to a wall, unlike the many others that were. This particular piece was acquired from one of Mr. Brainwash's assistants who helped paste these up around the city in order to promote his New York City and London shows. 

ARTIST BIO


Mr. Brainwash (filmmaker and Street Pop artist Thierry Guetta) (1966) brought his art to six continents and created album artworks, campaigns, music videos and installations for iconic figures, brands and pop legends: Michael Jackson, Madonna, the Dalai Lama, the White House, Coca Cola, Mercedes and more.

Armed with wheat paste, spray cans, brushes and paint buckets, Mr. Brainwash put aside the camera and started attacking the streets in 2006 with stencils and posters of beloved icons and quickly becoming a renowned figure in the burgeoning street art scene.