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FLOG 'Driven' (2023) 24-Color Screen Print (PP) - Signari Gallery
FLOG 'Driven' (2023) 24-Color Screen Print (PP) - Signari Gallery
FLOG 'Driven' (2023) 24-Color Screen Print (PP) - Signari Gallery
FLOG 'Driven' (2023) 24-Color Screen Print (PP) - Signari Gallery
FLOG 'Driven' (2023) 24-Color Screen Print (PP) - Signari Gallery
FLOG 'Driven' (2023) 24-Color Screen Print (PP) - Signari Gallery
FLOG 'Driven' (2023) 24-Color Screen Print (PP) - Signari Gallery
FLOG 'Driven' (2023) 24-Color Screen Print (PP) - Signari Gallery
FLOG 'Driven' (2023) 24-Color Screen Print (PP) - Signari Gallery
FLOG 'Driven' (2023) 24-Color Screen Print (PP) - Signari Gallery
FLOG 'Driven' (2023) 24-Color Screen Print (PP) - Signari Gallery
FLOG 'Driven' (2023) 24-Color Screen Print (PP) - Signari Gallery

FLOG 'Driven' (2023) 24-Color Screen Print (PP)

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$1,450.00
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'Driven' by FLOG, 2023
Rare Printer's Proof of the artist's Sold Out main edition.
28.3 x 35.6 Inches
72 x 90.5 Centimeters
24-color screen print on 330gsm Somerset fine art paper with hand-deckled edges.
Hand-drawn exhaust fumes in pastels, sealed in varnish; each print is unique.
Limited Edition of 95 with 2 Printers Proofs (#PP-2/100)
Hand-signed by FLOG in pencil bottom right.
Numbered in pencil and Graffiti Prints embossed bottom left.
Includes original publisher Goldmark Atelier COA.

ARTIST BIO

Flog started his series of « Man of Glass » in 2020, from which he developed his graphic signature and universe through his transparent characters filled with colors. The glass is for the human carnal envelope, empty and fragile shell, balanced with the colors symbolizing emotions, feelings, knowledge, experiences and values that make each person unique.

Evolving in grey backgrounds reflecting on how hard the world can be, his « Men of glass » subtly feed and share their colors by interacting with each other or with the background. While Flog’s intention is to let viewers have a free interpretation of his art, yet he sprinkles in his works metaphors, melancholy and messages of hope.