PEZ x MARTIN WHATSON 'Alter Ego Collab' Hand-Signed Mini-Print
PEZ x MARTIN WHATSON 'Alter Ego Collab' Hand-Signed Mini-Print
PEZ x MARTIN WHATSON 'Alter Ego Collab' Hand-Signed Mini-Print
PEZ x MARTIN WHATSON 'Alter Ego Collab' Hand-Signed Mini-Print
PEZ x MARTIN WHATSON 'Alter Ego Collab' Hand-Signed Mini-Print
PEZ x MARTIN WHATSON 'Alter Ego Collab' Hand-Signed Mini-Print
PEZ x MARTIN WHATSON 'Alter Ego Collab' Hand-Signed Mini-Print
PEZ x MARTIN WHATSON 'Alter Ego Collab' Hand-Signed Mini-Print

PEZ x MARTIN WHATSON 'Alter Ego Collab' Hand-Signed Mini-Print

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'Alter Ego Collab' by PEZ x Martin Whatson, 2018
Hand-Signed reproduction mini-print.
11.4 x 8 Inches (print)
14 x 11 Inches (framed)
Digital reproduction print on thick watercolor art paper.
Unique item - not part of an edition.
Hand-signed by both artists at bottom in silver.
*Note: custom matted and framed in archival black hardwood molding.

ARTIST BIO (Pez)

PEZ is a French Postwar & Contemporary painter who was born in Nantes, France in 1976. His work was featured in exhibitions at the Stolen Space Gallery and the Triton Museum of Art. PEZ's work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized prices ranging from $199 USD to $10,665 USD, depending on the size and medium of the artwork.

Since 2009 the record price for this artist at auction is $10,665 USD for Alter Ego (Pixel series), sold at Artcurial in 2017. PEZ has been featured in articles for The Guardian and The Independent. The most recent article is World Cup 2014: If the Situation in Brazil Could be Summed Up in a Sketch written by Jess Denham for The Independent in June 2014.

PEZ (aka Pierre-Yves Riveau) lives and works in France.

ARTIST BIO (Martin Whatson)

Martin Whatson (b. 1984) is a Norwegian born and based stencil artist. While studying Art and Graphic design at Westerdals School of Communication, Oslo, he discovered stencils and the urban art scene. He had been interested in Graffiti for years, following the development within street art closely. In 2004 he started his own artistic production.

Martin has a continuous urge to search for beauty in what is commonly dismissed as ugly, out of style or simply left behind. He looks for inspirations in city landscapes and old soon to be demolished buildings. This interest for decay has helped develop his style, motives and composition and he enjoys creating either unity or conflict between materials and motives; a wrinkled old lady on a shiny plate of aluminum. His artistic expression started off more political, inspired by DOLK and Banksy, but has developed into a more subtle expression. His stencils are a mix of urban scenes with a poetic, hippyish make peace not war-message. He has a cheerful, very much recognizable and almost feminine touch; butterflies, doves and hearts in soft, nonetheless vibrant, colours. Still, his expression is very much masculine, filled with in your face-statements that represents a young and vigorous group of upcoming artists. Since his artistic debut in 2006, he has had several solo exhibitions and participated in many group exhibitions, both nationally and internationally. His latest solo show in Tokyo, Love Tour, sold out pre and during the opening night.