WizardSkull (USA) – Kermit

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Wizardskull (USA)
“Kermit” 2022
6c screen print on Munken Rough Paper, 300g/m2
40x40cm, edition of 36
The print ships signed and numbered by the artist

All four new prints will be available on April 1 2022!
Find  all Wizard skull prints here

The print was made from a painting Wizard Skull made during the artists month long stay as Q21/#streetartpassage artist in residence in Viennese MuseumsQuartier and companied by his solo exhibition at Jan Arnold Gallery.

More infos:
Wizardskull – Artist in Residence #Streetartpassage
Vernissage: Jul 26, 2018 | 7-22 pm
Exhibition: Jul 27 – Aug 26, 2018
Location:  Jan Arnold Gallery | MQ, Q21 Showrooms | Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Vienna

We’r happy to announce the solo exhibition of WIZARDSKULL Jan Arnold Gallery on July 26. The artist will present 10 original paintings (1x1m), will paint two murals in the area of MQ as well as an affordable screen print edition of 36 with LEAP Art Prints. The catalog will be available on www.janarnoldgallery.com at the day of the opening (contact for inquiries inside the PDF)

Artist Instagram:

About the artist
An artist living and working in Brooklyn NY. Early on he picked up skateboarding, and he immersed himself within the subculture. Designing tshirts, skateboard graphics, and skateboarding in local shop videos. He eventually went on to design over 200+ board graphics for skateboard companies from Norway, Russia, England, and all over the US and rest of the world. His art as well as himself skateboarding appeared in numerous skateboard magazines including Thrasher. Adopting the moniker of Wizard Skull and abandoning freelance design work, he began wheat pasting his art all around New York. One of his most often wheat pastes was “Sexy Ronald”, a buff version of Ronald McDonald wearing only underwear with fries popping out of them. People began photographing and sharing images of it on social media which led to the image going viral several times, being bootlegged and sold on t-shirts in Thailand. This also led to his art being exposed to a larger audience.

Note: The artist doesn’t even need to use a brush because his work is done by telekinesis. All of you know fantasia? great!

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