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Camping with Mole-Man - Hand-Embellished
By BaskPart of Camping With Mole Man  RUN # 00184b
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Camping with Mole-Man - Hand-Embellished
By BaskPart of Camping With Mole Man
RUN #00184b
BASK's Camping With Mole Man Print Release and Q&A

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SIZE15 x 21 Inches
TYPEHahnemühle Fine Art Paper
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RUN INFORMATION
SHIPPING INFO
Max Edition Size: 10
SIZE15 x 21 Inches
TYPEHahnemühle Fine Art Paper
EST SHIPPING4-6 weeks
AVAILABILITYShips worldwide
RETURNSCan you return items?
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ABOUT THIS ART
"I personally like to build images up, and then efficiently break them down again. I like to torture the shit out of my paintings, not holding them sacred. So it’s like I toil and get meticulous with things in the process, only to then deface it and defile it, give it some wear and tear. When you do that it actually makes you look at the image a bit harder, and a little bit longer. In a weird way it makes me appreciate it more." - Bask

Camping with Mole-Man was created as a part of BASK's debut solo art show in Chicago titled, A SCENIC RIOT OHNO!DOOM Gallery.

This RUN is signed, numbered and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Bask is the moniker of one, Ales Bask Hostomsky, who along with his parents emigrated from Czechoslovakia to Florida and began to soak up America’s popular iconic imagery along with the sun.

Bask quickly began to notice similarities between the communistic iconic propaganda from his youth and the consumer advertising of his teens. He soon discovered that they were simply, two sides of the same coin. Each vying for our short-lived attention spans, all the while selling us (or telling us?) anything and everything from Marxism to McDonalds. Seeking conspiracies -and finding them embedded in the popular iconography of the mass media, Bask began painting bold, media critical broadsides to assuage his fear of being manipulated. A fear cultivated in a repressive regime, had now returned, but to the most unlikely and safest of places- The American living room.

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