Magic City Art Print by Delic Artworks

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Magic City

Delic Artworks

Netherlands

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Size: 23.6 W x 35.4 H x 0 D in

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Printmaking: Ink on Canvas.

Giclee print, edition of 12.
All prints are signed.

Printed at Re-Art in Holland, one of the best elite printing companies in the world with an impeccable quality standard. Re-Art works with the quality mark called 'certified art giclee'.

The prints come with a UV top layer for life-long color-protection and are shipped with a signed certificate of authenticity.

Life-long color preservation warranty.
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About the artwork:

Part of 'Kidnap At The Noodle Shop'.

This is the first painting Delic made for his enormous project 'Kidnap At The Noodle Shop', which was released in september 2018. This work corresponds to chapter 1 of the story he wrote and track no.1 of the album he made (you can listen to the album on Spotify).

The project was released in a 'vinyl-book' format; big coffeetable-sized storybooks containing depictions of the paintings, sketches, the written story and a physical vinyl elpee.

Delic uses elephants in his work as symbols for a higher power in life.

[Excerpt from corresponding chapter]

''It was the spring of 2008, and I was suddenly overtaken by an urgent need to urinate. It was a hot afternoon in the busy streets of Hong Kong's Central District, and I was standing there shaking my head in front of a food stall with toasted cockroaches and – believe it or not - the roasted jowl scales of a marinated Komodo dragon. All around me was a tremendous cacophony of buses and scooters.

But after months of travelling around the world, the cities had all started to look the same.

Concrete forests bursting with noise...''


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