Sold - Print on Canvas, Black Edges - 48 in x 32 in
Available - Print on Canvas, White Edges - 48 in x 32 in
Available - Print on Canvas, Black Frame - 36 in x 24 in
Available - Print on Canvas, White Frame - 36 in x 24 in
Available - Print on Canvas, Pecan Wood Frame - 36 in x 24 in
Sold - Print on Canvas, Black Frame - 24 in x 16 in
What if the most iconic figures were not who we imagined them to be? In Wicked, it turns out Elphaba is kind-hearted, contrary to her reputation as the Wicked Witch of the West, and in the Boyz, Homelander, the modern day “superman” is the opposite of what he portrays himself to be - a narcissistic villain parading under lofty virtues.
Don’t forget Remy in Ratatouille, who broke all stereotypes of dirty rats when he broke into the world of fine dining in Paris!
In conversation with Warhol and Lichtenstein, with pop-art esque patterns and modern cinematic references, here is my piece called “Kong's Pride.”