Paula Bonet


| Graphic Art | Illustrators | Paula Bonet | Silk Screens |

€240.00 EUR


From the book ‘What to do when The End appears on the screen after a film’ by Paula Bonet, this drawing has been extracted and turned to silk screen, in which is the first incursion into this technique by the artist. “It's a metaphor of someone who flinches when they're hugged, of someone closed off inside themself who unconsciously causes harm, almost without knowing, due to their nature”, comments Paula. She enamours us, and we know that the same artist has it as a headboard in her studio. All the poetry and sensuality of her work in one limited edition piece.

Silk screen 3 ink on Magnani Incisioni Ivory 300g paper.

Size: 70 x 50 cm. 

Series of 30 units signed by the artist.

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