‘GEMMA’ by Tristan Eaton, 2023
Giclée print collab. by Tristan Eaton and James DALEK Marshall.
Rare orange/red edition of only 5 (total of 25 color variants, 5 editions of each).
24 x 24 inches
61 x 61 Centimeters
Giclée print on 290gsm Moab Entrada Cotton Rag fine art paper.
Limited Edition of only 5 (#4/5)
Hand-signed by James DALEK Marshall in pencil bottom right.
Edition number with printed artist logos at bottom center.
Hand-signed by Tristan Eaton in pencil bottom right.
GEMMA (The Generative Electronic Museum of Metaverse Art) is a comprehensive generative art collection by Tristan Eaton. Combining Eaton’s stunning portraiture and layered collage, each piece carries its own unique personality and identity.
ARTIST BIO (Eaton)
Born in Los Angeles in 1978, Tristan Eaton began pursuing street art as a teenager, painting everything from billboards to dumpsters in the urban landscape wherever he lived, including London, Detroit and New York. Eaton designed his first toy for Fisher Price at 18 years old and has since become a driving force in the world of 'Designer Toys '.
As a creative leader in the world of advertising, Eaton regularly consults such brands as Hasbro, Pepsi and Nike on many creative projects that span the globe and cross all mediums .
ARTIST BIO (DALEK)
Merging animation, Japanese pop art, and an urban aesthetic, James DALEK Marshall is best known for his Space Monkey character—a strange, vaguely humanoid mouse that he would depict in an array of bright colors and twisted circumstances, often wielding various destructive implements.
Working under the name Dalek, Marshall expressed his ideas through the 'Space Monkey' character until 2007, when he began moving into a purely abstract style. growing out of skateboard and graffiti subcultures, Saturday morning cartoons and stacks of comics his style and method continue to grow in a multitude of directions.
There have been many formative moments in the years since Marshall started painting, the greatest of which he accounts is his time working in Takashi Murakami’s studio in late 2000-early 2001; “it was that experience that gave me the foundation of building a studio practice and discipline."