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Mi ha ispirato la street art ma realizzata su cartone telato. Felix the cat vive in un mondo abbastanza normale popolato da esseri umani e da animali antropomorfi perchè del resto anche lui è un gatto nero antropomorfo, con i guai quotidiani che possono capitare a qualsiasi essere umano. Felix può interagire ad esempio con i punti esclamativi che gli escono dalla testa quando è meravigliato, e utilizzarli come delle mazze da baseball ecco che corre. Street art inspired me but made on canvas cardboard. Felix the cat lives in a fairly normal world populated by human beings and anthropomorphic animals because he is also an anthropomorphic black cat, with the daily troubles that can happen to any human being. Felix can interact for example with the exclamation points that come out of his head when he is amazed, and use them as baseball bats here he runs. Essential figure Pop Art style. Figura essenziale stile Pop Art.
Painting:Acrylic on Canvas
Size:7.9 W x 11.8 H x 0.4 D in
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Biography Roberto Scala born in Sorrento lived and work in Milan Italy contact email@example.com , Graduated from the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, under the guidance of Luciano Fabro and Diego Esposito. He currently lives and works in Milan. Archive of Careof, Viafarini and Mart of Rovereto. He has participated more than 1650 international exhibitions of Mail Art, Visual Poetry, Postal Art, Fluxus event, Artist Books, Artist Stamps, Artist Stamps, Installations, Performance, Body Art, Street Art, Photography, Painting, Sculpture , E-mail Art and Video Art. Between 1990 and 1996 he collaborated and worked at the Mudima Foundation in Milan; directed by Gino di Maggio as responsible for the setting up and installation of the works of the artists: Ben Patterson, Ben Vautier, Diego Esposito, Nam June Paik, Imai, Rainer Wittenborn, Shigeko Kubota, Takako Saito, Kyu Sun Lee, Helmut Schober, Wolf Vostell, Philip Corner, Lee Ufan, Egon Zippel and Lucio Cerioli.
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