Original artwork description:

The episod of this tale, is the pickpocketing of a wallet that contain 1,000 of the monetary units of this imaginary state. What may seem a deplorable act (tefth is, indeed, always deplorable) might be further explained, shed light on, perhaps, by the knowledge of the fact that the robber is no serious Arsenio Lupin: he does have in his pocket a gun but it is a toy-gun. And the title as well tries to help the gravity of his position: it is an act of survival. Possibly this foxy being is in very dire straits, possibly he has lost his job as a result of a terrible emergency of sorts and little can he do other than...borrowing some money from an unaware creditor...

No one around seem to notice any of this. Someone is busy taking for a walk their tablet and their camera-lense eyes and camera-lens nipples are trained on more important things than a pickpocket; someone else is listening to music through handphones, yes, handphones! The music flows straight through his hands, shaped like headphones, to his body; who needs a head to listen to music?
As the Squirrel-like gent is withdrawing money from the ATM, so is he being withdrawn money from, and the flow of currency is unbroken, the wheel keeps on spinning.
Such is, sometimes, life on Liberty Street.

Painted with an acrylic, smooth, blending brushwork, and in vibrantly full colours that wrap around the canvas's edges to cover the 2cm edges of the stretchers, Survival is a moment of life set in a fantasy street of a fantasy world inhabited by strange creatures that look like a sort of techno-animal-human beings.

Materials used:

Acrylic

Tags:
#streets #strange #survival #mutant #pickpocket 
SURVIVAL (Tales from Liberty Street) (2021)
Acrylic painting
by Andrea Rossi

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Original artwork description
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The episod of this tale, is the pickpocketing of a wallet that contain 1,000 of the monetary units of this imaginary state. What may seem a deplorable act (tefth is, indeed, always deplorable) might be further explained, shed light on, perhaps, by the knowledge of the fact that the robber is no serious Arsenio Lupin: he does have in his pocket a gun but it is a toy-gun. And the title as well tries to help the gravity of his position: it is an act of survival. Possibly this foxy being is in very dire straits, possibly he has lost his job as a result of a terrible emergency of sorts and little can he do other than...borrowing some money from an unaware creditor...

No one around seem to notice any of this. Someone is busy taking for a walk their tablet and their camera-lense eyes and camera-lens nipples are trained on more important things than a pickpocket; someone else is listening to music through handphones, yes, handphones! The music flows straight through his hands, shaped like headphones, to his body; who needs a head to listen to music?
As the Squirrel-like gent is withdrawing money from the ATM, so is he being withdrawn money from, and the flow of currency is unbroken, the wheel keeps on spinning.
Such is, sometimes, life on Liberty Street.

Painted with an acrylic, smooth, blending brushwork, and in vibrantly full colours that wrap around the canvas's edges to cover the 2cm edges of the stretchers, Survival is a moment of life set in a fantasy street of a fantasy world inhabited by strange creatures that look like a sort of techno-animal-human beings.

Materials used:

Acrylic

Tags:
#streets #strange #survival #mutant #pickpocket 
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I am an Italian artist based in Milan, although it is in London, where I lived for many years, that it all began. From very early, images have been the... Read more

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