« Joconde » is a work issued of the 2nd collection for sale of artwork created by the Swiss artist Steve Bayard in 2020, right after his successful certification as a graphic designer at the FiGD Academy in Berlin.
This artwork is issued from the new "CoronArt Poetry" Collection which reflects 4 famous texts of Jean de la Fontaine with selected keywords and memes for the pop art inspiration during the pandemic period of march 2020.
These words are/were mostly used by conspiracy theorists and other groups of peoples that you can find in the darkness of the underground cults. They are here to transcript emotions and outsiders behaviors.
The author made this artwork with a digital layering and vectorization technique based on iconic illustrations that he drawed again before to modify them to his own taste, such as popping out of a futuristic contemporary museum exhibition displaying gleetched static art on their wall.
This artwork is made on printed DIN-A3 Poster (420mm x 297mm) landscape orientation that creates a funny and original street art collage ambiance in your rooms and spaces. It catches immediately the attention of your visitors from far away with its red color, before to open interesting discussions around poetry, women, love and other cultural subjects. or even philanthropy.
The artwork is made of superior, semi-glossy, paper printed professionally, and with great care in Switzerland by L'1mprimerie.
Once received, you can place the artwork ideally in the frame of your choice, behind glass is the best, and then simply fix it as a mural decoration for homes, underground bars/pubs, discotheques, or any room with big and large dark walls ready to welcome more contemporary DIN-A3 sized posters and art.
LIMITED EDITION: ONLY 100 PIECES AVAILABLE
DETAILS: Each print is numbered and signed by the artist before to be sent.
SPECIAL: The original illustration for this artwork is minted as a 4ART NFT+ and is available for transfer to your e-wallet. You can happily visit this page to purchase the NFT+ with its unique patented certificate of authenticity.
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