FANAKAPAN 'Dance Like Somebody Watching' (Snoopy) Etching - Signari Gallery
FANAKAPAN 'Dance Like Somebody Watching' (Snoopy) Etching - Signari Gallery
FANAKAPAN 'Dance Like Somebody Watching' (Snoopy) Etching - Signari Gallery
FANAKAPAN 'Dance Like Somebody Watching' (Snoopy) Etching - Signari Gallery
FANAKAPAN 'Dance Like Somebody Watching' (Snoopy) Etching - Signari Gallery
FANAKAPAN 'Dance Like Somebody Watching' (Snoopy) Etching - Signari Gallery
FANAKAPAN 'Dance Like Somebody Watching' (Snoopy) Etching - Signari Gallery
FANAKAPAN 'Dance Like Somebody Watching' (Snoopy) Etching - Signari Gallery
FANAKAPAN 'Dance Like Somebody Watching' (Snoopy) Etching - Signari Gallery

FANAKAPAN 'Dance Like Somebody Watching' (Snoopy) Etching

Regular price
$650.00
Sale price
$650.00

'Dance Like Somebody Watching' by Fanakapan, 2019
Featuring "Peanuts" icon Snoopy.
21.5 x 29.3 Inches
Etching on Somerset 300gsm Velvet, with one-color screen print overstepping the etching press border.  Beautiful old process.
Limited Edition of 60 (#14/60)
Signed and numbered by the artist with publisher's chop and COA.


ARTIST BIO

Fanakapan is a prolific London-based street artist known for creating hyper realistic visuals of real life objects. His free hand, spray painting skills and the unmatched combination of shadow and reflective highlights he adds to his absolutely mind-boggling art works have earned him a stellar reputation within the urban contemporary art scene. Fanakapan has collaborated with URBAN NATION by contributing his works on a Community Wall project in 2018.

Looking at Fanakapan’s work from a distance, the human eye might be tricked into believing it is focussing on a real object. In fact, his 3D creations of helium foil balloon-based subjects look so real, that it often requires the help of the haptic sense to realize they were spray painted on a wall. Originally starting off doing stencil work in his hometown of Dorset, the self-taught artist with a background in prop making, got into working with spray painting in the early 2000’s. Over the years he developed into the extraordinary artist he is today. Despite some of his art works alluding to larger messages, he wants people to read into it whatever they think it should stand for.