Inspired by the artwork of Andy Warhol’s 1967 design for the cover of the Velvet Underground’s first album, ‘The Velvet Underground & Nico’. I created the images by photographing and digitally converting the images of the skins of five bananas, each which I had eaten over a period of five days. I wanted to create the feeling and emphasise the belief that immortality can be created from transience. I chose and added an additional colour for visual and dramatic impact.
Mixed Media:Digital on Cardboard
Size:20 W x 20 H x 0.1 D in
Ready to Hang:No
Mon art. Est-ce que la vie nous abandonne ou devons-nous abandonner la vie? James Sapsard was born in the New Forest and lives in south-west London. As a photographer and artist, he explores the relationship between colour, movement, refraction and light. As a writer, he has published several collections of poetry, three screenplays and a novella with several short stories. Inspirations: Rothko, Klimt, Lichtenstein, Dali, Monet et al. http://jamessapsard.com/ www.worldphoto.org/profile/sapsard/ www.facebook.com/sapsard
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