This series is a tribute to the crime novel, to the literature of Raymon Chandler, the great writer of the American police genre. This limited edition serigraph based on an artwork made on aged paper by the artist pays tribute to those criminal plots with a psychological background, to their stories about urban life and corruption that hook us from those pages. Raymon Chandler left a catalog of titles that are still valid today: The eternal dream (1939), Goodbye, doll (1940), The long goodbye (1953) or The sinister window (1942). Such was his fame in the mid-20th century that Alfred Hitchcock himself signed him as a screenwriter for Strangers on a Train, based on the novel by Patricia Highsmith. Today, this work is also a detective story, absolutely brilliant and perhaps unresolved, by the hand of Juan Díaz-Faes.
Silk screen 2 inks on aged paper.
Size: 11,5 x 18 cm.
Series of 50 units signed by the artist.
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