'Satellite Dish' by Denial, 2019
24 x 36 x 21 Inches
61 x 91.4 x 53.3 Centimeters
Hand-painted repurposed satellite dish in orange and black spray (imperfections to be expected).
Original artwork variant (#1/1)
Signed and dated by the artist on bottom.
Also comes with with full Letter of Provenance from 1xRUN.
*Note: hand-painted original dish shows expected wear/handling. Some chips in paint throughout.
One of the hottest artists in the world!
DENIAL is a Canadian graffiti and mixed-media artist. His moniker is a phonetic mix-up representing his first name, and by definition, pokes fun at modern advertising, politics, and media messages that society is often "in denial" about. DENIAL is known for his prolific guerrilla-marketing campaign, which takes public aim at ideas involving social-justice, pop-culture, mass-media, and "New World Order" conspiracy theories. With over 500,000 of his adhesive logos displayed in public places around the world, the DENIAL PROJECT has become a conceptual piece of marketing absurdism. DENIAL intends to challenge traditional ideas about graffiti and public art, as well as the excessive corporate use of public space.