"Fear of the unknown" *SOLD* Painting by Cicero Spin

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"Fear of the unknown" *SOLD*

Cicero Spin

Brazil

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Size: 31.7 W x 43.3 H x 0.1 D in

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About The Artwork

Acrylics, markers, spray paint and stencil on a collage of reused/recycled paper, 110,0x80,5cm, 2019. * One of a kind, original art piece crafted and signed on its back by the artist. * In this piece I used recycled/reused paper, in this way some ripples may occur on the surface of the work, which, if desired, may be corrected, at least in part, by framing. * Unframed, ships in a tube. Includes Certificate of Authenticity.

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Painting:Spray Paint on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:31.7 W x 43.3 H x 0.1 D in

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Cicero Spin is a self-taught brazilian mix-media artist with a passion for beauty, for high contrast color palettes, optical illusions, codes, automatic processes and pop culture. The art of Cicero Spin is meant to express and share his vision of the reality of life, his feelings about other people and himself, often with a certain “scientific” feel, oscillating from a photographic approach to portraiture to an abstract depiction of people's faces and bodies, flirting with the artistic languages of expressionism, surrealism, pop and street art. His artworks are done mainly through stencil art, acrylic and spray paintings and collages, but sometimes creating his own processes, as in the “cicerotone” pieces…

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