This work ships from the United States.
This work is not eligible for international shipping. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a shipping estimate and additional details.
Published by Pictures on Walls, London
Acquired directly from the publisher by the present owner
No apparent condition issues.
Frame: 35.75 x 32.5 in (90.81 x 82.55 cm)
The condition noted above is as represented by the seller to the best of their ability. This work has not been inspected in person by Paddle8.
Frames are not guaranteed by Paddle8.
For questions on this lot please email email@example.com. For more information on terms of purchase with Paddle8, please refer to our conditions of business.
Dran (French) is a Toulouse-based street artist with a whimsical illustrative style and a darkly humorous subject matter. The artist was featured in Banksy’s “Marks and Stencils” exhibition at Pictures on Walls, London in 2010, and the social commentary in his work has earned him the moniker “French Banksy”—though in fact Dran’s cartoonish painting style is highly distinctive. Often featuring children, Dran’s paintings, prints, and installations comment on freedom of speech, suppression of creativity, and other social ills.