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Self Made Screen Print on 400gsm Black Bristol Board
24 x 30 Centimeters
RELEASE DATE: Jul 13 2013
RUN # 00541-C13A
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About The Artist
This piece of original artwork includes a 1 Inch Black Wood Frame with UV-Glass, Acid-Free Matte and Foam Core Backing
"The original drawing that I created for this print was made in early 2012. The title for this piece is French, the word "Sucreries" has two meanings, the first is "sweets" or candy, the second has to do with lust and eroticism. The image itself shows this lust and attraction that you feel from candy that can be similar to being attracted to a woman...in a weird way, you feel like you need to have it." - Cone
This RUN comes signed, numbered and includes a Certificate of Authenticity from Cone and 1xRUN.
Born and raised in Munich, Cone has been a graffiti artist since 1993. For more than 15 years he has also been doing different kinds of (graphic) design and illustration (digital and traditional) for clients throughout the world. Throughout his studies he came to Saarbrücken, a city in the southwest of Germany, where he worked as a lecturer for illustration at the local university. In 2010 together with five friends he founded Bureau Stabil, a multi discipline design bureau. In 2011 along with Nychos, Look, Dxtr, Vidam and Low Bros he founded The WEIRD.
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