Originally published as the cover of Vogue in February 1959, this quintessential example of the Bisaillon Brothers' Pop Simplicity series features the iconic photo of Audrey Hepburn in pearls alongside her epochal quote on eating make-up.
A fusion of their Modern Simplicity Series and interest in classic imagery, the Pop Simplicity series explores iconic photographs from mid-20th century Hollywood and the cult of the celebrity through a contemporary lens. By breaking up such recognisable imagery with the brothers’ own coloured “lightwells”, the Warholian notion of an individual lost behind their own image in popular culture is reignited in an unprecedented and beautiful way.
This original artwork features a glossy, resin finish with exceptional pops of colour that will add a contemporary touch to any wall.
To read more on the Bisaillon Brothers' artwork, you can visit our blog.
Medium: Mixed Media
Subjects: Portraits, Abstract, Colour & Light, People
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