It's not that we're especially monarchical, but we do like it when give pop icons a makeover, in this case Queen Elizabeth II. This piece is a polyhedronic reinvention of the biggest symbol of the UK, its monarch, made by the urban artist Uriginal. A game of geometry with a kaleidoscopic vision, where irony appears in each of the points of the royal crown. And the aforementioned monarch is smiling, of course, because at times when we see her on the T.V. we think she's made of wax. All the same if you want her, this silk screen series is worth having at home.
Silk screen 4 inks on Bristol paper 640g.
Size: 46 x 37 cm.
Series of 25 units signed by the artist.