Audrey Hepburn Graffity NYC

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This 90 cm by 90 cm canvas created by the Barcelona artist HÖK features the iconic actress Audrey Hepburn in a vibrant and contemporary POP ART style. Using spray cans, acrylic paint and markers, HÖK captures the essence of Hepburn's timeless elegance while transposing it into a colorful and dynamic world.

The actress's face, rendered with remarkable precision, is the focal point of the composition. Hepburn's delicate contours and distinctive features are accentuated with sharp lines and minute details, created using markers. The background of the canvas is a swirl of bright colors, typical of HÖK's energetic approach. Shades of pink, blue and white blend together to create an electric background that makes the portrait pop brightly.

Graphic patterns and visual elements borrowed from pop culture are superimposed around the actress' face, adding a modern and urban dimension to the work. These elements, created in spray paint and acrylic, provide additional texture and depth, while evoking the themes of consumption and individual expression dear to the artist.

The entire composition is a visual celebration that pays homage to Audrey Hepburn while embodying the unbridled energy and creativity of POP ART. Every detail of this painting is designed to captivate the viewer, arousing both admiration and reflection. This work is a perfect example of HÖK's talent for merging varied techniques to create pieces that are both aesthetically pleasing and deeply meaningful.

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  • Support: Canva
  • Techniques:
    • Aerosol
    • Acrylic
    • Marker pen
  • Dimension (H x W x D) : 90 cm x 90 cm x 0.1 cm
  • Weight : 3 kg
  • Year : 2024
  • Certificate of authenticity: Yes
  • Signed: Yes
  • Unique work: Yes
  • Number of copies produced : 1
  • Framed artwork : No
  • Work on stretcher : No
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