Silkscreen/Serigraph - Artist's stamp, Numbering by hand - 35 - 2008
|Title of artwork:||Sans titre|
|Signature:||Artist's stamp, Numbering by hand|
|Image size:||90×50 cm|
|Sold with frame:||No|
Screen print of DAEYE on large format sticker.
Daeye lives in BERLIN. He learned screen printing and then developed the idea of micro-street art, miniaturization of urban graphic intervention with thousands of stickers less than 10 cm. Then, influenced by the Pictoplasma conference, he began a project of silk-screened fabric dolls, which will be created at the exhibition "One
year puppets" late 2007. Since then, he focused on the production of screen-printed posters based on hijacking and graphic collages, as well as the production of installations and performance. In addition to the simple and effective visual codes, even violent codes, reused relentlessly on the whole of his work, Daeye wants to make himself identifiable by a schizophrenic discourse built on irony, absurd and satyr.
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