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JOE BLACK 'Animal Farm' (Golden) Hand-Finished Giclée Print
JOE BLACK 'Animal Farm' (Golden) Hand-Finished Giclée Print
JOE BLACK 'Animal Farm' (Golden) Hand-Finished Giclée Print
JOE BLACK 'Animal Farm' (Golden) Hand-Finished Giclée Print
JOE BLACK 'Animal Farm' (Golden) Hand-Finished Giclée Print
JOE BLACK 'Animal Farm' (Golden) Hand-Finished Giclée Print
JOE BLACK 'Animal Farm' (Golden) Hand-Finished Giclée Print
JOE BLACK 'Animal Farm' (Golden) Hand-Finished Giclée Print
JOE BLACK 'Animal Farm' (Golden) Hand-Finished Giclée Print
JOE BLACK 'Animal Farm' (Golden) Hand-Finished Giclée Print
JOE BLACK 'Animal Farm' (Golden) Hand-Finished Giclée Print

JOE BLACK 'Animal Farm' (Golden) Hand-Finished Giclée Print

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'Animal Farm' by Joe Black, 2011
Rare hand-finished Golden edition.
31.5 x 22 Inches
80 x 56 Centimeters
Archival giclée print with silkscreen gloss varnish on 308gsm wove fine art paper.
Hand-finished elements in gold leaf, oil paint and pencil with embossed buttons.
Limited Edition of only 7 (#AP/7).
Hand-signed and numbered by the artist.

ABOUT THE ART

The print stems from the original artwork and consists of 1,389 badges of Western cultural imagery interspersed with corporate logos, fast food and obesity.

The piece focuses on the supersized culture of modern society and our relentless greed for wanting bigger and better.

ARTIST BIO

Born in 1973, Joe Black studied as a sculptor before moving on to illustration and working for many years as a successful commercial artist, before becoming a full time fine artist. Joe Black is now focused solely on his personal body of art.

Combining his love of materials with his craft, skills, technique and a passion for perfection, each piece is painstakingly created using thousand upon thousand of ball bearings, plastic pins, badges or Lego Bricks.

According to the artist himself, he will use pretty much anything small enough to build his large images and creating vast tonal effects. In addition to these contrasting tones, Joe seeks to further enhance his pieces by selecting an object that will pay tribute to the iconic imagery it creates... this is perhaps best illustrated by his use of plastic toy soldiers in his depiction of Robert Capa’s iconic boy soldier piece ‘Made in China’ (2011).

Since committing himself to the world of full-time fine art, Joe has stormed the art world, stunning it with his powerful mix of image selection and craftsmanship. He is at the vanguard of the current Pop Art movement and in the great traditions of craftsman before him; he is rigorous in his commitment to produce excellence. He demonstrates a level of skill that often falls outside the viewers’ understanding of what is possible.