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Warhol on Pepsi

Pakpoom Silaphan
2011
Prints
Serigraph on paper
65 x 88 x 0 cm
Hand Signed
26 of 50
Limited edition
Excellent
Available For Sale
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Good To Know: Unframed, professionally packed, stored flat in humidity controlled art storage facility, condition report available upon request; Arty-Fact: Pakpoom Silaphan examines notions of globalisation and mass consumerism by painting on found objects such as old rusty metal advertising signs, and wooden Pepsi and Coca-Cola crates reminiscent of Warhol’s Brillo Boxes. The materials used represent the undercurrent of the decay and distress caused by the failure of the Capitalist dream to infinitely grow and grow. Source: Independent

About The Artist

Pakpoom Silaphan is a Thai artist who explores the phenomena surrounding a "West­Obsessed" world. Silaphan, influenced by Pop Art of the 20th century, re­works found objects to create his own fresh interpretation of Pop Art.Read More

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