'Mythology' by PichiAVO, 2021
Facemask collab. with Wynwood Walls and The Apparel Limited.
6 x 8 Inches (package)
Silkscreened art on ENRO reusable, breathable, filtration layer, machine wash/tumble dry, anti-microbial finish on fabric, water-repellent, 3D comfort fit with adjustable ear loops.
Comes new in original, unopened packaging.
ABOUT THE ART
Wynwood Walls has teamed up with The Apparel Limited and enro to produce sixteen custom artist inspired and created designs by 13 Street Artist. Participating artist include AIKO, ABSTRK, BIO, DAN KITCHENER, DAZE, ERNESTO MARANJE, PICHIAVO, QUEEN ANDREA, JOE IURATO KELSEY MONTAGUE, PETER TUNNEY, & SEN2. This is simply the best quality mask on the market now paired with world class art.
Reusable, Breathable, Filtration layer, Machine wash / Tumble Dry, Anti-microbial finish on fabric, Water Repellent, 3D Comfort fit with adjustable ear loops.
Outer Layer: 100% polyester treated with SILVADUR™ antimicrobial and water repellent finishes
Filter Layer: Melt Blown Polypropylene (MBPP)
Inner Layer: 100% cotton treated with SILVADUR™ antimicrobial finish
Ear Loop: 80% nylon, 20% spandex
Stopper: 100% TPE
Nose Bridge: 35% Iron + 65% PE
PichiAvo (Pichi, b. 1977; Avo, b. 1985) is a duo of artists from Valencia (Spain). Recognized for their skill at creating connections between painting and sculpture in urban settings, they adopt a thoroughly innovative approach in their artistic fusions. A balanced combination of classical art and the most contemporary urban art can be identified in their work. From the outset PichiAvo shunned artistic individuality, joining forces to create an absolutely unique body of work using a conceptually urban idiom, both in the street and in the studio.
They trained in Fine Art and in Design and met on the graffiti art scene in Valencia, forming the PichiAvo duo in 2007. From that moment they worked on developing joint projects, pursuing an unremitting search for a style of their own. To achieve this, they went through various stages as painters, focusing initially on skill and technique until they reached the point of needing to express themselves through what most defines them today: graffiti and classical art.