Andy Warhol, Salvador Dali. Dark Pixel II & IV. Works 735/6

The final two art giants of the 20th C to feature in London Dada’s Dark Pixel series “the artist as art”
Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol.

 …….  andywarhol lost/found
Dark Pixel III, Salvador Dali ( origin photo below )………………………….Dark Pixel IV,  Andy with sunflower
c. Michael St. Mark 2015 ..…………………………………………………..cc. Michael St.Mark 2015

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Last in the Dark Pixel series, appropriating images of well-known artists into pixellation combined with a specific secret sequence of image manipulation to create a transformational new style in photo portraiture. ( out of copyright by appropriation )

Signed editions of 12 each Cibachrome prints on aluminium.

£500

We expect a high demand for these Works therefore early investment is advised.
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* We’re now accepting bespoke commissions to render photographs into Dark Pixel mode.
Altered images printed onto Kodak Pro Endura archival paper & signed by the artist. POA

London Dada Work No. 400 – Sixteen Tombstones ( Dada homage to Andy)


Sixteen Tombstones ( a Dada Homage to Andy )
c. Michael St.Mark 2010


* This Work is available as  a 30″H X 25″W  hand-finished signed & authenticated color litho print ( one worldwide).
POA

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Work 250b Sixty Four Tombstones ( color adjust )

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Sixty Four Tombstones ( color adjust ), a New dAdA tribute to Andy Warhol.
c. 2006 Michael St.Mark
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Such a colorful character in life deserves a similar post-mortum celebration
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( Click through X2 to view the enlarged image ).
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( 1160KB digital composite collage)
Offered for sale as one signed 50 X 50cm photographic or silkscreen print.

For details of reproduction and royalty rights for the work, contact press@londondada.com

This, along with other London Dada Works represents a significant investment opportunity for the discerning art collector
Please see Intro ( Tags on right of page) & scroll for purchase opportunities of New Dadaists works displayed in 691.

 

Work 250; Sixty Four Tombstones

Tate Modern forum code AW3
64 Tombstones
Sixty Four Tombstones
( A Dada Tribute to Andy Warhol )
c. Michael St.Mark, 2006

( 1160KB digital composite collage) Click through twice for close-up.
To be offered for sale as one signed 50 X 50cm print.

For details of reproduction and royalty rights for the work, contact MstM.

This New Dada work would represent a significant investment opportunity for the discerning art collector.
Please see Intro ( Tags on right of page) & scroll for purchase opportunities of New Dadaists works displayed in 691.

NB; If you feel this is in poor taste, you’ve yet to research the high antics of the man himself, including having a hidden camera installed in the washroom of his NYC apartment to snap visiting celebrities’ obulations and nose-powderings.
You gotta admit, the boy had style

In any case salutations are surely due, for the sheer genius of someone who engineers his own artistic legend on the back of producing a silkscreen of 100 Campbell’s soup cans, in an appropriately ironic and Dadaistic manner.

MStM

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One Hundred Cans
by Andy Warhol, 1962