Tomato Soup Splash-It Sculpture (Black/Pink) by 2fast

Tomato Soup Splash-It Sculpture (Black/Pink)

2022 KBD02
Tomato Soup Splash-It Sculpture (Black/Pink)
24 x 31
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The Splash-It sculpture depicts an imaginary process of graffiti writing where a spray can disperses a colorful splash and simultaneously translates a dynamic action into a static form on the wall. Each Splash-It creation is colored by hand, making each piece an original work of art.
The materials used are non-combustible polyurethane resin and empty spray can. On the back of the splatter is hanger for easy mounting on the wall.
The sculpture has been signed by the artist. This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Material: Recycled spray can, polyurethane
Dimensions: 24cm x 31cm x 18cm

24 x 31 cm (External dimensions)

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BACKGROUND INFORMATION
Street Art meets Pop Art. Croatian artist Kresmir Buden is an experienced graffiti artist who takes iconic works – such as those by Andy Warhol – and reimagines them. He once transformed the world-famous Campbell’s Tomato Soup piece into an aerosol can that sprays a splash of color onto the wall. Buden’s style bridges the gap not only between established art and the ever-provocative art of graffiti, but also between two-dimensional and three-dimensional representation.
Under his artist name 2Fast, he helped establish the Croatian graffiti scene, becoming one of its most notable figures. He later went on to study art and design, taking his passion for spray painting to a new level through means of art. Buden took two-dimensional graffiti illustrations and reworked them into three-dimensional objects, maintaining the integrity of their original meaning. The artist adapted well-known symbols of graffiti into sculptures that have since been displayed in museums and galleries.

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