Spray on stencil and Posca marker on new, legally obtained road sign; it depicts a pedestrian in the street during the Covid-19 epidemic and the prohibition of going out for some people. Archived work with certificate of authenticity, COA, Gigarte code no. GA163191.
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Crosty, a self-taught artist who is present in the international contemporary art archive, discovered to have a real artistic talent in the 2000s. He became a modest collector of modern and contemporary art, passionate about street art and remained fascinated by great artists such as Blek le Rat and Clet Abraham, Obey, Imbue, Pure Evil, fake. He began collecting and supporting street art, convinced that it is a constantly evolving movement that has yet to express itself in its most natural and genuine form, for too long considered as a form of vandalism and not really Art. He began to deal with canvases and brushes reproducing his favourite artists, developing real artist’s copies. In Rome, artist’s copies are commonly called ‘crusts’ in Roman dialect. Therefore, while respecting the value of real artists, those with a capital A, he decided to take the pseudonym of Crosty. Over time, the tributes to the various artists increased, he improved the technique of stencil spray, and it was finally time to identify himself in subjects that represent him, trying to express his thoughts through his ‘crusts’. Today Crosty counts collectors in almost all of Europe, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany, England, France and Italy.
- Titel van kunstwerk
- Gemengde techniek, spuitverf stencil
- 60×60 cm
- Totale afmetingen
- 60×60×2 cm
- Verkocht met lijst