i started the selling of my new work, crayon rebel, two days ago. it´s a stencil, screenprint & hand painted mix on hahnemühlen paper (300g) / 56x42cm / edition of 22 / each looks unique / 85€+shipping /a couple of them are left if you interested. i sell them direct. here´s the original work in lifesize www.flickr.com/photos/les-enfants-terribles/3986129861/sizes/l/
here´s a little video about it
and if you in the near of cologne/germany in the next 2 month, visit the unique gallery (uniquegallery.de). i will have a solo exhibition there. it starts on oct. 30th. you´re welcome
i rarely slate artists on this board save for the odd cartrain or EINE comment. ( i bet Bazz or someone is gonna go dig up all the stuff i said once whilst drunk... damn u bazz! damn u!).
Anyway, im really keen to know the thought process behind this piece. It might be a total coincidence but to me , and i'll be bit blunt here, its almost exactly the same as the Banksy ones in New Orleans with the grey ghost covering up sunflower doodles.
i feel compelled to write this because I was annoyed when i saw it on wooster when it was a wall piece.. but it now doubly annoys me when it is now being sold for money...
And i just want to hear the artist's thoughts behind this.
yeah thats why I left it alone, get what I mean? Yes, it pays to know your audience but you can't know everything. Look all I'm saying is "it happens" and the guy swears he only saw the image a week ago, so I'm taking his word.
no harm done anyway, the world's a better place with a piece than if it had never been created. :-)
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I find it hard to believe L.E.T. was unaware of the Banksy piece. That s**t went worldwide when he hit New Orleans! Every graf/art blog picked that up, plus it was talked about on here for a long time, especially bcs of the Fred Radtke stuff....
No disrespect to L.E.T., I love his work! Especially the wrong suit and banana thief pieces!