Markings: Signed and numbered on the back of the packaging
Condition: Excellent, sold unopened as issued, with a minimal tear on the packaging (top left corner)
Provenance/documentation: Sold unopened in the original packaging
Genre: Street art / Graffiti
Other: Due to its value we ask that you enquire for further information about the work and a custom shipping quote with an invoice.
ABOUT THE WORK:
Invader is a French urban artist most widely known for his ceramic tile mosaics which hark back to pixelated game graphics from the '70s and '80s, the most recognisable being the 1978 arcade game, Space Invaders. This was the inspiration for the self-appointed pseudonym and since 1998, Invader has run a project called Space Invaders, whereby he 'invades' densely populated urban areas with up to 50 mosaics over a period of time. He lives by the philosophy, "Anytime, Anywhere"
Mint, as issued
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New, as issued
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An artwork that is sold with one or more condition issues that are not minor in nature. The price of the artwork has been adjusted to reflect the condition. Please refer to the individual artwork listing for additional information.
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