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Copyright

The Sun Lights Up The Moon

ArtRepublic

£275.00 GBP

Limited Edition Print

About

‘The Sun Lights up The Moon’ is a gorgeous print from street artist Copyright. This piece is printed onto heavyweight 330gsm Somerset Satin paper, then coated with matt varnished and a silkscreen gloss spot varnish. ‘The Sun Lights up The Moon’ is from a Limited Edition of 33 and has gorgeous gold leaf detail surrounding the edge of the moon.

‘The Sun Lights up The Moon’ adopts continuing theme in Copyright’s work ‘harmony through opposites’ and the idea that opposites can be complimentary. Copyrights works are figurative and in this piece he explores the relationship between the sun and the moon – two literal opposites that rely on each other. The beautiful depiction of the woman who is the central focus in front of a large circular moon motif which is then repeated to make the dress of the woman, showing physical harmony. ‘The Sun Lights up The Moon’ is available in 4 varying editions and each comes signed and numbered by the artist.

Limited Edition Print

This is a limited edition print of 33. Signed and numbered by the artist.

Size (CM): 60 x 90

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About the Artist

Copyright has been daubing the streets of the UK with his trademark pink roses for years now and his work has been collected by the likes of Liam Howlett from the Prodigy. His paintings represent ideals from the modern world and culture, portrayed within classic imagery of simple beauty, often depicted by butterflies, flowers and beautiful women. His pictures represent a contradiction of idealism and unattainable visions of beauty found in fashion, music and popular culture. Fusing Street art, graffiti and more traditional styles he uses a mixture of classic painting techniques and spray can art. He creates print styles with stencils, depth with spray paint and texture with a paintbrush. Copyright sights his influences as Alfred Hitchcock, William Shakespeare, Banksy, Warhol and Pre Raphaelite artists.

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