SP38, Escape, 2011
|Size||65 x 46 cm ( 25.6" x 17.7" )|
|Medium||Hand Pulled ScreenprintStencil method of printmaking in which a design is imposed on a screen of silk, with blank areas coated with an impermeable substance, and ink is forced through the silk onto the printing surface. and Acrylic on paper|
|Extra||Limited Edition, signed by SP38|
|EditionA limited number of identical prints numbered in succession and signed by the artist.||1/38 ex.|
350 years ago, in a small Korean village, a sailor from the Netherlands was held prisoner and never managed to escape. Our artist SP38 stayed in this same town during an art residency, inspired by the sailor's story he began pasting the word "Escape" on posters. After returning home, this universally understood slogan can be found where the Berlin Wall used to stand, between Bernauerstrasse and Brunnenstrasse. The street version of the artwork can also be found in many cities around the world: Berlin, Hannover, Paris, Angers, Seoul, Gang Jin, Yangon, Tallinn, Parnu, Yaoundé, Montreal, New York, Manila, Marakina, Pitogos...
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