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Never Mind The – Urban POP ART mixed media painting by Brendan Walsh (Cold Ghost).

Posters from the street, recycled into Artworks for the home.

This original artwork is made using Recycled Street Posters & it takes inspiration directly from Graffiti Art in City Laneways and Billboards.

The main collage was built up with vintage gig posters collected off the streets of both Sydney & Melbourne. This background was then overlayed with Acrylic Paint, Sugar Spray Packs, Stencils & Paint Pens.

“Then the main Image of Punk Icons Sid & Nancy was then overlaid and given a rustic appearance with further Paint and Paper.”

The Artwork comes Framed in Black and ready to hang, and it is mounted under a clear acrylic sheet.

This artwork has a textured finish created by built up layers, paint splatters and torn paper, a visual effect mimicking the look you would see in the street where this effect is created over time. These imperfections are part of the overall look and feel of the finished work.

Some of my works are also inspired by Mexican Art and Outsider Art, and have Elements of Religious Iconography. Advertising and make comments on Pop Culture and the modern world.

Never Mind The

Brendan Walsh (ColdGhost)

AUD$950
Size: 76w x 106h x 3d cms
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Mixed media on recycled paper

Framed in black under clear acrylic sheet

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Never Mind The – Urban POP ART mixed media painting by Brendan Walsh (Cold Ghost).

Posters from the street, recycled into Artworks for the home.

This original artwork is made using Recycled Street Posters & it takes inspiration directly from Graffiti Art in City Laneways and Billboards.

The main collage was built up with vintage gig posters collected off the streets of both Sydney & Melbourne. This background was then overlayed with Acrylic Paint, Sugar Spray Packs, Stencils & Paint Pens.

“Then the main Image of Punk Icons Sid & Nancy was then overlaid and given a rustic appearance with further Paint and Paper.”

The Artwork comes Framed in Black and ready to hang, and it is mounted under a clear acrylic sheet.

This artwork has a textured finish created by built up layers, paint splatters and torn paper, a visual effect mimicking the look you would see in the street where this effect is created over time. These imperfections are part of the overall look and feel of the finished work.

Some of my works are also inspired by Mexican Art and Outsider Art, and have Elements of Religious Iconography. Advertising and make comments on Pop Culture and the modern world.

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