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Tristan Eaton 'La Vita È Delore' Fine Art Print With 1/1 Hand Painted Cassette

Tristan Eaton 'La Vita È Delore' Fine Art Print With 1/1 Hand Painted Cassette

Regular price $1,650.00 USD
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Artist: Tristan Eaton

Dimensions: 39 x 49 inches  (overall framed size)

Medium: digital giclée printed on Sigma Smooth 300gsm cotton rag paper.

Provenance: Hand-signed by the artist. Edition number and artists embossed stamp.

Edition: Edition of 250 (xxx/250)

Year: 2022

Condition: Excellent

About the Print

Originally printed in Shanghai, China, this fine art edition is printed in a limited edition of 250 pcs and is 31.75” x 42.125”. Inspired by the iconic film ‘Enter the Dragon’ this print features a painting made by Tristan Eaton titled ‘La Vida È Dolore’ which translates to ‘Life Is Pain’. The original work was 72“ x 96“, Spray Paint on Canvas, painted in 2018 and exhibited at Better Me Art Gallery in Shanghai, China. Of the 250, only 200 will be made publicly available. Each print comes with a hand painted VHS tape COA. All VHS tapes form a unique spray painted mural. This print is an archival, digital giclée printed on Sigma Smooth 300gsm cotton rag paper. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

About The Framing and Mounting

This print has been custom framed using 1.5" white frame molding, archival backing and mounting materials. The print is float mounted using acid free matting as well as UV protected acrylic glazing. The float and spacing are two inches from the print, the overall size of the framed print is 39 x 49".  

Due to the size of this piece, we are only offering this for local delivery or please arrange special shipping by contacting us before purchase.

You can see or purchase this piece in person @Plant_Mode in Champaign Illinois. Stop in for some awesome plants and take home this amazing art for your wall!

About The Artist
Tristan Eaton

After graduating from the School of Visual Arts in New York, Eaton built upon his experience designing toys at the age of 18 for Fisher Price and co-founded the legendary Kid Robot. There, he created two of it's most iconic designs, the Dunny and Munny, solidifying himself as one of the founders of the designer toy movement carried forth by contemporary pop artists such as KAWS today. 

Shortly after Kid Robot, Eaton founded Thunderdog Studios, where he created original art and design work for major clients like Nike, Universal and luxury watch brand Hublot among many others. His highly sought after style and work ethic in the field continues to inspire confidence in his clients and admiration among his peers while he blurs the lines between commercial and fine art. 

Eaton is perhaps best known for his large scale public murals, found throughout the world from New York to Paris to Shanghai, which he executes in freehand spray paint; a technical and personal nod to his own history and respect for graffiti culture, while honoring traditional painting and muralism with his thoughtful and dynamic subject matter and compositions. 

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