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In this work, Damien Hirst playfully incorporates the visual language of his spot paintings, which he has been producing since the mid-1980s, to create his interpretation of the ubiquitous Mickey Mouse. Rendered simply with a dozen circles, here Mickey is reminiscent of a geometric abstraction painting, while the glitter that coats the print’s surface gives the work a texture suggestive of pointilism.
With works like this, Hirst seamlessly blends high and low culture, adding in his characteristically irreverent humor. This is from the edition of 50, signed and numbered by the artist. It is available individually or otherwise in a set with the Minnie and a rare set with matching number.
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