Human Terror Print Tristan Eaton
Human Terror Print Tristan Eaton
Human Terror Print Tristan Eaton
Human Terror Print Tristan Eaton
Human Terror Print Tristan Eaton
Human Terror Print Tristan Eaton
Human Terror Print Tristan Eaton
Human Terror Print Tristan Eaton
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Human Terror

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Tristan Eaton

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Exclusive in-person release at his studio in Highland Park. A portion of the profits were donated to young artists here in LA as part of Eaton's #ARTISTPULLUP project.

Dimensions: 22 x 24 inches / 56 x 61 cm

Medium: Giclee on Moab Entrada 290gsm Cotton Rag Paper with Deckled edges.

Provenance: Hand-signed and hand-numbered by the artist. Comes with Post Modern Vandal certificate of authenticity.

Edition: Limited Edition of 100 (#83/100)

Year: 2019

Condition: Excellent

 

ARTIST BIO


Born in Los Angeles in 1978, Tristan Eaton began pursuing street art as a teenager, painting everything from walls to billboards in the urban landscape wherever he lived, including London, Detroit and Brooklyn. After growing up on comic books, graffiti and skateboard culture, Tristan designed his first toy for Fisher Price at 18 years old and began working as an artist full-time. He has since become a driving force in the world of ‘Art Toys’, designing the Dunny and Munny figures for Kidrobot.

Shortly after studying at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, Tristan founded Thunderdog Studios, of which he was the President and Creative Director for 10 years. Thunderdog Studios regularly designs and consults for clients such as Nike, Disney and Barack Obama on projects that span the globe across all mediums.

In 2012, Tristan moved back to his childhood home of Los Angeles to pursue his paintings and large scale mural projects full-time.

Tristan’s work can be seen in galleries around the world and in the permanent collection of the New York Museum of Modern Art (MOMA).