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Sometimes you just have to go big or go home

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At Mr. Wallski we try to offer exclusive art to the widest audience possible. To meet the demand for larger works, we have an extra large version of three prints available. The works below are available in the original dimensions, but also in a special larger size.

Daniel Craig
Artist: Saskia Vugts
Dimensions: 150 x 150 cm
Price: €395,-

Inspiration
Known by many people as 007. Personally, Saskia does not think he is the best looking James Bond, but he has inspired her enormously by his powerful character. Dark people often have a more powerful appearance because of their dark eyebrows and eyelashes. But this blonde actor radiates his power trough his light, hard and almost cold traits. Saskia has made a series of actors and actresses in which she has tried to demonstrate the various experiences of beauty. On the one hand, the actresses, the generally existing ideal of symmetrical faces, youthful or those who lived through time well. On the other hand, the appeal of characterful and experience-drawn faces, of the actors. Often the beauty is in someone's appearance, perhaps the more tangible representation of someone's character. This is reflected in almost all her portraits.

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You little Bastard
Artist: Phynta
Dimensions: 170 x 110 cm
Price: €570,-

Inspiration

While filming Rebel Without A Cause, James Dean bought the Porsche 550 Spyder. The name “Little Bastard” was given by Dean’s language coach, Bill Hickman. Actor Alec Guinness (Obi-Wan Kenobi) told Dean that the car had a “sinister” appearance and said: “If you get in that car, you will be found dead in it by this time next week.” Seven days later, Dean got killed in a car crash.

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The Girl from Ocean Drive
Artist: Frank E Hollywood
Dimensions: 110 x 150 cm
Price: €850,-

Inspiration

In this serie Frank aims to explore the tension between the past and future. He is not interested in creating a romanticized image of the past. Rather, he draws on the collective visual history to create a truly modern image. Sometimes the collage component acts as a time capsule, capturing the spirit of the past while the painted surface conveys future ideas of art, the body, and aesthetics. The nostalgic elements in the artwork reflect the uncertainty of our times. We cling to the familiar when we are afraid or confused. He uses these elements to create a symbol of hope. Nostalgic images are recycled, creating something modern and unique. This playful way of creation he likes to call neo-nostalgia.
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