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This RUN comes ready to hang.
"I draw the R's all the time. This one was around the time a friend passed away. I made the word bubbles blank so I could fill them in by hand with his name on the stickers the image was originally made for.
This particular R was originally a drawing I did with a sharpie on a page in my black book. The laser cut edition was made on birch, with screen print ink and white latex paint." - Remio
This hand-painted multiple comes signed by Remio and includes an Original Artwork Letter of Provenance from 1xRUN.
Remio, a renowned graffiti artist originally from Norway. His infamous tags and throw-ups can be found all over the world, led with his trademark anthropomorphic, angular, and true character in all senses of the word, “R.” Remio comes from a special lineage of hard-hitting all-out graffiti artists, with a very old school ethic of getting up everywhere, but he has recently shown work inside galleries in San Francisco, Paris and Venice, Italy. This new exhibit features canvas paintings with his strong graphic lexicon of characters, symbols and shapes amongst a bright colorful background of patterns, while keeping his distinct and brilliant style of line and fluid form intact. The paintings are consistent with the genuine spirit of his graffiti, retaining his unique faces and playful mood, while living inside the very specific form of the canvas.
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