Don't Blame The Artist (Gold Variant) Print Ripoff
Don't Blame The Artist (Gold Variant) Print Ripoff
Don't Blame The Artist (Gold Variant) Print Ripoff
Don't Blame The Artist (Gold Variant) Print Ripoff
Don't Blame The Artist (Gold Variant) Print Ripoff
Don't Blame The Artist (Gold Variant) Print Ripoff
Don't Blame The Artist (Gold Variant) Print Ripoff
Don't Blame The Artist (Gold Variant) Print Ripoff
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Don't Blame The Artist (Gold Variant)

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Based on Banksy's famous "Flower Thrower" work, emerging artist Ripoff creates a thought provoking piece with a simple message using his signature style and ironic commentary.

This print is a special edition variant printed on beautiful 260gsm Metallic Gold Finestra paper. Much more stunning in person, it emits a gold shine.

Dimensions: 13 x 17 Inches / 33 x 42 cm

Medium: Archival pigment print on 260gsm Metallic Gold Finestra paper

Provenance: Signed and numbered by Ripoff in pen. Comes with original COA.

Edition: Limited Edition of 35 (the numbered edition in the photo is just an example. You will receive a random edition number.)

Year: 2021

Condition: Excellent


ABOUT THE ARTIST

Ripoff is an up and coming artist who explores the derivative state of the art market and the current era of manufactured artists. His work is a response to the ongoing exploitation of Disney characters, Banksy mashups, and Mona Lisa renditions flooding the art world.

He is quoted as saying "As a self-proclaimed art snob with very little education on the subject, if you buy this trash and think it looks cool, your opinion is wrong and you should buy my trash instead".