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 Hirst's spots, here Mickey is reminiscent of a geometric abstraction painting.
With works like this, Hirst seamlessly blends high and low culture, adding in his characteristically irreverent humour.
Note, this is the original 2014 print (a later Mickey was printed with glitter). Limited to just 250, this is high quality fine art print signed and numbered by the artist and increasingly iconic of the contemporary art world. This print is sold framed, by Darbyshire Frames in London.
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