'Fear and Loathing' by Insane51
New full colour screen print by World renowned street artist Insane51 coming end of October 2017.
Insane51 started his street art career in 2006 in Athens. Inspired by huge murals in the city he finalised his first own mural in 2007. At this point he was focused on portraits and experimental techniques with forms and colour. Specialising in photorealism and overlay-murals what is his very own style of photorealism. The name is program. The insane aspect of his artworks is the ability to place two murals on the same surface. What is you cannot see with the human eye appears if you look through a 3D glasses. This technique is only possible because of the domination of photorealism and the control of the colours. Insane51 is classed as one of the best photorealistic spray can artists in the World right now.
5 Layer screen print with spot gloss
Signed, stamped and numbered
£125 +P&P Shipped Worldwide
Edition of 50
Exclusive to www.editionfifty.com
8 layer screen print by Mr Cenz available now
- 8 layer hand pulled screen print with Gold, Spot Gloss and Fluorescent layers
- 50 x 50 cm
- Signed and numbered
- Edition of 50
- £125 +P&P Shipped Worldwide
- Exclusive to EditionFifty.com
MAXIMUM 2 PRINTS PER CUSTOMER.*
*Anyone ordering more than 2 prints will be refused sale and refunded.
Mr Cenz has been scribbling on surfaces since 1988 when he first discovered hip-hop culture and graffiti art. He soon became obsessed with this new and exciting art form and after a few brushes with the law he decided to find ways of developing his skills legally. Since his first commissioned mural at 11yrs old he has continued progressing and experimenting with his art and set up his own company. This has led to a career as a professional graffiti artist, with several solo shows in London and high profile commissions internationally.
His distinctive work can currently be seen all over streets of London. It features layers of intricate and flowing letterforms, shapes and line work, which are abstracted in a unique and aesthetically pleasing way. His style is full of funk and movement and fuses different skills together such as photorealism, illustration and graffiti letterforms. His work is open to individual interpretation and has been described as surrealist graffiti art for the soul. He works hard to make sure each piece he creates is very individual and distinctive in its quality. His influences range from the old school graffiti artists that inspired him as a kid such as Dondi and Mode 2 to abstract expressionist painters like Paul Klee and Roger Hilton.
His new work focuses on female faces, which he distorts in his trademark style. He works from portrait and fashion photographs to create unique interpretations, which are abstracted in a spontaneous and freestyle way to create interesting and mysterious compositions. Theses pieces are a melting pot of all the different influences and technical skills he has acquired over the years.