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Starfield

€20.00

Reproduction printed with powdered pigment

  •  High quality printing on Canson® paper 250 gr.
  •  Colour calibrated by the artist.
  •  Paper treated for durability without changing tone.
  •  Compatible with standard framing, shipped unframed.
  •  Signed at the front.
  •  Certificate of authenticity attached.

It is usually prepared in less than 7 working days, and sent door to door in service 48h for Spain.

Shipping worldwide (around 5 working days).

The author reserves the right to produce a printed edition.

⬛ Artwork Size: ✣ 21 x 29,7 cm (8" x 12")
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Specific References

EAN13
978020137962

 

Guide to symbols in the work of Bran Sólo

The sea: Infinite place of calm, love, perfection, home.
Teeth: Pain, loss, fear.
Tentacle: Attempt to reach, to contain, to trap.
Houses in flames: The home that has been left behind and to which we can never return. Burning the past. To forget. Sometimes it burns and disappears, sometimes it is engulfed by the sea.
Hand with open eye: Hope, saved from shipwreck.
Key at the bottom of the sea: Secrets.
Couple of swifts: Love, dependence, union, couple.
Big ears: Proof that the character is undoubtedly a good person. A child with big ears has to learn to be a good person to survive.
Marks under the eyes: Sadness, dark circles under the eyes, sleepless nights.
Neck marks: Beard, maturity, masculinity.
Circle in the throat: Anguish, choking, lump in the throat.
Narwhals: Narwhals cannot be kissed.
Shipwreck: The frustration of unrequited love.
Constellations: A guide to understanding the incomprehensible. Many of the constellations are random, but they surely exist somewhere in some world.
Red plant: Emotions trying to escape. This plant, Man's Love (Tradescantia) grows everywhere, especially in the cracks between the rocks. The body is the rock, the heart a crack, and from there grow the feelings that try to escape and grow towards the infinite, in search of that which we all long for.
Deformed, blurred eye: Reference to the artist's visual impairment. Fear of blindness. Single point of view.