You’ll never walk alone

A vibrant, textured and slightly translucid layer of acrylic paint covering an original LP by Elvis Presley, like a shiny armour of dreams covering the memory shared by the whole world. Category Acrylic painting Subject Abstract and non-figurative Substrate Other Materials Acrylic on original Record by Elvis Presley Style Abstract > Organic Dimensions 30 x... Continue Reading →

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Resonance #8 – MDY_NELSON

MDY_NELSON is one of my favourite pieces from the Resonance series so far. Not only the abstraction reinforces the moody atmosphere of Melody Nelson, but the alternating lines remind the bursts of genius of his creator. Painted on a transparent square of acrylic, the deepness and shadows give another spark of life to the work.... Continue Reading →

Resonance #8 – MDY_NELSON (Remix)

MDY_NELSON is one of my favourite pieces from the Resonance series so far. Not only the abstraction reinforces the moody atmosphere of Melody Nelson, but the alternating lines remind the bursts of genius of his creator. Category Acrylic painting Subject Abstract and non-figurative Substrate Panel / Board / MDF Materials MDF Style Abstract > Geometric... Continue Reading →

Resonance #5 – HOT_SPACE (Remix)

Modern and vintage at the same time, the piece reflect the influence Queen had and still has. Apparently simple, the piece just like their music becomes denser and more complex when you plunge into it. Sandpapered to reveal the unsuspected layers, HOT_SPACE has a very strong feel good power. Category Acrylic painting Subject Abstract and... Continue Reading →

Resonance #5 – HOT_SPACE

HOT_SPACE flirts with Pop art, modernism, abstract, and cubism by extracting from Queen's famous album cover 'Hot Space' only the essential composition. The simple - simplistic - shapes are enhanced by the paint work, and the subtile volume. Painted on 4 squares of acrylic, the piece will fit perfectly a modern or classic environment. Category... Continue Reading →

Resonance #2 – DTY_WORK

DTY WORK is an abstract lecture of the very well know album cover 'Dirty Work' by the Rolling Stones. By simplifying to an extreme the design and the way colour work together, I try to get back to the origin of what makes a good piece of design. DTY WORK has been painted on 49... Continue Reading →

Battersea Power Station

With my latest series of prints, I have been trying to get away from the flatness and clean edges usually going with the technique of screenprinting. I order to create a more painterly, richer image, I have completely changed the way I create the artwork: leaving the computer away, I started painting on large sheets... Continue Reading →

‘Ultimate’ (artist proof)

Last and final piece of the Bowie Series, "Ultimate" is a variation on the famous body suit, where a triangle facing down has been added. This piece is the most sensual one: the gold, used to make the piece jewellery; the triangle facing down is commonly used to represent the female gender. "Ultimate" is the... Continue Reading →

Let the Music Play, screenprint on paper

'Let the Music Play', variation on the David Bowie theme - The re-edition of the mythic album that became symbol of a generation converted into a mute piece, but the message is intact. Category Screenprint Subject Abstract and non-figurative Substrate Paper Materials Acrylic on Paper Style Urban and Pop Dimensions 50 x 50 cm (unframed)... Continue Reading →

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