The Little Prince asked Saint-Exupery “Please draw me a sheep”.
For my part my daughter asked me “Please draw me a skull, I love it too! “.
So, I started to exercise and realized the first of three. She called two others for the perfect balance.
Then, as a nod to a series of serigraphs by Andy WARHOL, it was necessary for me to develop colorful variations of these 3 skulls.
How fuzzy, inconsistent and disturbing it would seem to be a living thing if there was not a skull in it.
By the way, do you know Montaigne’s essay on death, in which he recommends living in a room whose window overlooks a cemetery? Because for him, it allows to keep in mind the priorities of life.
Irvin David YALOM
The skulls always seem to laugh because the dead laugh at being taken seriously in their lifetime.
◉ 7.87 x 7.87 inches – Print on art paper 300 grs – Numbered edition limited to 8 copies
◉ 11.81 x 11.81 inches – Print on art paper 300 grs – Numbered edition limited to 8 copies
◉ 15.75 x 15.75 inches – Print on art paper 300 grs – Numbered edition limited to 8 copies
◉ 39.37 x 39.37 inches – Print on aluminium – Numbered edition limited to 6 copies
Each print is coated with a vinyl primer applied with a painting knife.
Each print is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by Semaj
The files for printing are also available for sale. These files will allow you to print the works at your convenience up to a dimension of 55,12 x 55,12 inches.