Titi Freak - “Homelessgods” (Exhibition: So Far and So Close)

R$ 1.980,00

Integrates the series “So Close and So Far” that brought drawings and paintings of various techniques and different supports. It sums up the feeling that the artist feels in relation to Brazil and Japan. ”We can be very far from each other, but the relationship, the looks and the heart makes me feel a similar feeling of being close” comments TITIFreak.

 

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Description

Titi Freak – “Homellessgods”

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Technique:

Acrilica sobre papael

Dimensions:

– Largura: 36,5 cm

- Height: 44 cm

Year:

– 2017

About the work:

Integrates the series “So Close and So Far” that brought drawings and paintings of various techniques and different supports. It sums up the feeling that the artist feels in relation to Brazil and Japan. ”We can be very far from each other, but the relationship, the looks and the heart makes me feel a similar feeling of being close” comments TITIFreak.

About the artist:

Hamilton Yokota was born in 1974. he met graffiti in 1995. He worked from 13 to 20 years at the Maurício de Souza studio. Specialties: Painting, drawing, installation and urban art. References: Yo-yo, manga, anime, illustration, fashion, Japanese pop culture, tattoo, urban culture, graffiti and bars. Icon of Brazilian Street Art who now lives in Osaka, Japan. In a short season, TITIFREAK was in Brazil on an art tour, which, in addition to the launch of his show, went to the cities of Florianópolis, Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo launching new prints, doing tattoo sessions, murals and indoor paintings.

All products available on the website can be viewed and picked up at our physical address Rua Harmonia 95C Vila Madalena São Paulo. For more information call +55 11 2361-7876 or contact by email: shop@a7ma.art.br

Titi Freak “Homelessgods”

 

Technique:

– Acrylic on paper

Dimensions:

– Width: 36,5 cm

- Height: 44 cm

Year:

2018

About the work:

It is part of the series “So Close and So Far” that brought drawings and paintings of various techniques and various supports. It summarizes the sensation that the artist feels in relation to Brazil and Japan.

“We can be very far from each other but the relationship, the looks and the heart makes me feel a similar feeling of being close,” says TITIFreak.

About the artist:

Hamilton Yokota was born in 1974. He met graffiti in 1995. He worked from 13 to 20 years at Maurício de Souza studio. Specialties: Painting, drawing, installation and urban art. References: Yo-yo, manga, anime, illustration, fashion, Japanese pop culture, tattoo, urban culture, graffiti and pubs. Icon of Brazilian Street Art that now lives in Osaka, Japan. Shortly, TITIFREAK was in Brazil on an art tour, which, in addition to the launch of his show, went through the cities of Florianópolis, Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. releasing new prints, doing tattoo sessions, murals and indoor paintings.

“So far and So close” sums up the feeling that I feel about Brazil and Japan, we can be very far from each other but the relationship, the looks and the heart makes me feel a similar feeling of being close “comments TITIFreak.

All products available on the site can be viewed and withdrawn at our physical address Rua Harmonia 95C Vila Madalena São Paulo. For more information call +55 11 2361-7876 or contact us by email: shop@a7ma.art.br

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