Collections: “Gone…” series

Fine Art Prints

“Gone B.. Whatshisname and L.. Whatshername” 90 x 90 cm archival pigment print (2020)

“Share the Love M” Art Print 90cm Silhouette Resembling Mickey Mouse

Snoopy and Peanuts Print

BFFs ‘Gone’ Series – Fine Art Pigment Print 90 x 90cm

Mickey and Minnie Mouse Print

“Gone M and M” Art Print 90 cm Silhouettes Resembling Mickey and Minnie Mouse

Share The Love Art Print

Share The Love Art Print – 90cm

Coyote and Roadrunner Print

Coyote and Roadrunner Print 60cm

Coyote and Roadrunner Print

Coyote and Roadrunner Print 90cm

“Gone Cowboy and Astronaut” Silhouettes of characters resembling likeness of Buzz and Woody

The Skull - Fine Art Print

The Skull – Fine Art Print 90cm

The Skull - Fine Art Print

The Skull – Fine Art Print 60cm

Mickey Mouse Print

Red Silhouette Resembling Mickey Mouse Print 90cm

Minnie Mouse Print

Red Silhouette Resembling Minnie Mouse Print 90cm

Mickey Mouse Print

Blue Silhouette Resembling Mickey Mouse Print 90cm Artist’s Proof

Mickey Mouse Print

SOLD OUT – Red Silhouette Resembling Mickey Mouse Print 60cm

Minnie Mouse Print Blue

Silhouette Resembling Minnie Mouse Print Blue 60cm

Minnie Mouse Print Blue

Silhouette Resembling Minnie Mouse Print Blue 90cm

Minnie Mouse Print

Red Silhouette Resembling Minnie Mouse Print 60cm

bart simpson print

Eat My Shorts – Silhouette Resembling Bart Simpson Print 90cm

Bart Simpson Pop Art

Silhouette resembling Bart Simpson Pop Art 90cm

“Gone…” series is a collection of fine art prints representing shadowy blurry silhouettes of characters from our childhood, our heroes and idols who are now only faded memories. Characters who we loved dearly, who at our very young age influenced our lives. Nowadays they are less relevant. Some are almost no existent. Yet, we can still remember them as a part of our upbringing, however, the faded memories are. Often too blurry that we have trouble remembering their actual colors and shapes.

The characters in the prints are reaching out to us, hence the extended hand stuck to the face of the canvas, to remind us about their presence. Are they saying “Good Bye” while fading from our memories as we focus our attention elsewhere in adult lives? Or are they saying “We are still here, don’t forget about us…” as they fade into the pure brightness of the limbo of our minds? It is You, the viewer, who decides on your own personal message from the childhood idols.

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