Italian Street artist UNO has released images of his latest wheat paste poster creation, applied in the streets of Rome. The artwork is part of a series called #VanityFear and depicts president D.J.Trump with a vicious appearence.
The title which plays with the word Vanity and fear reflects pretty much the character of the theatrical character and the fearsome elements of the US president during his political career. The orange colour dominates while the background pattern of UNO decorates the captivating poster.
From the series #VanityFear
ROME (IT) 2020
UNO is an artist who lives and works in Rome from the early 2000s.
The techniques used in his artistic production are the classics of street art and muralism, although his preference, right from his first experiences in the street, are posters, repetition, collage, decoupage, stencils, and anything that has to do with the streets and the ephemeral, with the perpetual and incessant need to roam around burning the midnight oil.
By assimilating and actualizing the lesson of Warhol, Debord, and Rotella, through endless repetition and frequent use of bright colors, UNO plays with the advertising techniques and transforms them.
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