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ARRON CRASCALL 'Air Max Ballet' Giclée Print
ARRON CRASCALL 'Air Max Ballet' Giclée Print
ARRON CRASCALL 'Air Max Ballet' Giclée Print
ARRON CRASCALL 'Air Max Ballet' Giclée Print
ARRON CRASCALL 'Air Max Ballet' Giclée Print
ARRON CRASCALL 'Air Max Ballet' Giclée Print
ARRON CRASCALL 'Air Max Ballet' Giclée Print
ARRON CRASCALL 'Air Max Ballet' Giclée Print
ARRON CRASCALL 'Air Max Ballet' Giclée Print
ARRON CRASCALL 'Air Max Ballet' Giclée Print
ARRON CRASCALL 'Air Max Ballet' Giclée Print
ARRON CRASCALL 'Air Max Ballet' Giclée Print
ARRON CRASCALL 'Air Max Ballet' Giclée Print

ARRON CRASCALL 'Air Max Ballet' Giclée Print

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'Air Max Ballet' by Arron Crascall, 2022
27.5 x 19.75 Inches
70 x 50 Centimeters
Giclée print on 240gsm archival smooth fine art paper.
Limited Edition of 76 (#20/76)
Signed and numbered by the artist.

ABOUT THE ART

British artist and social media sensation, Arron Crascall, is known for abstract artworks of cultural icons surrounded by clouds of colour and text. He has created Air Max Ballet especially for his 2022 solo show at Enter Gallery, ‘Since 16’.

The piece depicts a graceful ballet dancer, doing her thing in her classic Nikes.  The piece comes signed and numbered by the artist.

ARTIST BIO

When he’s not creating ridiculous videos that make the whole world laugh, Crascall is working away, creating abstract artworks, inspired by pop culture icons.  It was while working as a bookie, that Crascall first started out making Vine and Snapchat videos and sharing them. He amassed followers fast, but it wasn’t until he started including public reactions in his videos that his clips started going viral.

Now, Arron has over 9 million followers on Facebook, 4.4 million on Instagram, and his videos on YouTube have been watched many millions of times.

Each artwork begins life with colours in mind, gradually building up layer after layer, starting with an acrylic base, followed by spray paint, then oil paint, then back to spray paint for the final flourishes...

“It’s chaos. I don’t paint often, but when I do, a lot comes out of me.”

- Arron Crascall