To The Moon And Back

Limited Edition, Edition Size: 150
$1,950
Artwork Size: 32" x 32"
Hand signed by Yuvi
Sold with a Certificate Of Authenticity

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To the Moon and Back (Framed)

To The Moon And Back

Limited Edition
$1,950
Hand signed by Yuvi
Sold with a Certificate Of Authenticity
Edition Size: 150
Medium: Limited Edition Print
Artwork Size: 32" x 32"
Reference: ART00212083
Artwork Description:
‘To the Moon and Back' is a witty riff on life in the 20th century from contemporary pop and graffiti artist Yuvi. Released as a glazed circular box canvas with a diameter of 32” in an edition size of 150, it brings together a cast of the 20th
century’s best loved characters to pay homage to a rich period of our cultural history. Elvis and Marilyn rub shoulders with the Beatles and Bowie, and at the heart of the piece is a paintbrush-wielding astronaut, standing astride one of Andy Warhol’s iconic Campbell’s Soup tins. Although this colourful piece celebrates a decade of exploration and progress, Yuvi has chosen a title which recalls the phrase ‘I love you to the moon and back’, giving it an additional resonance as a tribute to love - which can be as boundless as space itself.

Yuvi's 'To The Moon And Back' is a striking testament to the artist's unique ability to navigate and intertwine the worlds of pop art and street art, creating a piece that is not only visually captivating but also rich in cultural and social commentary. Through his masterful use of color, material, and iconic imagery, Yuvi invites the viewer into a multi-layered exploration of modern society, its icons, and the emotions they evoke.

The artwork's central figure, an astronaut, serves as a powerful anchor amidst the whirlwind of colors and symbols. This choice of subject is intriguing, as astronauts are often associated with exploration, adventure, and pushing the boundaries of the possible. In this context, the astronaut could be seen as a metaphor for Yuvi himself – a cultural explorer navigating the vast expanse of human creativity and expression.

The vibrant collage that surrounds the astronaut is a testament to Yuvi's skillful blend of various artistic elements. The inclusion of iconic images and characters, from Sonic the Hedgehog to the British red telephone box, not only adds a touch of nostalgia but also speaks to the global tapestry of cultural icons that have shaped our collective consciousness. The phrases interwoven throughout the piece, such as "ART" sprawled across London’s skyline, act as signposts, guiding the viewer through Yuvi's personal commentary on the art world and its place within the broader cultural landscape.

Yuvi's choice of materials further enriches the narrative of 'To The Moon And Back'. The use of paint, printed paper cuttings, old newspaper clippings, silk screen prints, inks, spray paints, sand, and glass fragments creates a tactile experience that invites the viewer to look closer. Each material adds its own voice to the chorus, contributing to the overall texture and depth of the piece. This layered approach not only enhances the visual impact of the artwork but also symbolizes the complexity of the themes Yuvi explores.

'To The Moon And Back' is a compelling invitation to reflect on the role of art in society and the ways in which cultural icons shape our understanding of the world. It is a celebration of creativity, a critique of contemporary culture, and a call to explore the unknown. As viewers, we are encouraged to embark on this journey with Yuvi, to question, to discover, and to appreciate the beauty and complexity of the world around us.

In conclusion, 'To The Moon And Back' is not just a piece of art; it is a vibrant, thought-provoking exploration of the human experience. Yuvi's ability to weave together diverse elements into a cohesive and impactful narrative is a testament to his talent and vision. This artwork is a must-have for collectors and art enthusiasts alike, offering endless opportunities for contemplation and conversation.

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‘To the Moon and Back' is a witty riff on life in the 20th century from contemporary pop and graffiti artist Yuvi. Released as a glazed circular box canvas with a diameter of 32” in an edition size of 150, it brings together a cast of the 20th
century’s best loved characters to pay homage to a rich period of our cultural history. Elvis and Marilyn rub shoulders with the Beatles and Bowie, and at the heart of the piece is a paintbrush-wielding astronaut, standing astride one of Andy Warhol’s iconic Campbell’s Soup tins. Although this colourful piece celebrates a decade of exploration and progress, Yuvi has chosen a title which recalls the phrase ‘I love you to the moon and back’, giving it an additional resonance as a tribute to love - which can be as boundless as space itself.

Yuvi's 'To The Moon And Back' is a striking testament to the artist's unique ability to navigate and intertwine the worlds of pop art and street art, creating a piece that is not only visually captivating but also rich in cultural and social commentary. Through his masterful use of color, material, and iconic imagery, Yuvi invites the viewer into a multi-layered exploration of modern society, its icons, and the emotions they evoke.

The artwork's central figure, an astronaut, serves as a powerful anchor amidst the whirlwind of colors and symbols. This choice of subject is intriguing, as astronauts are often associated with exploration, adventure, and pushing the boundaries of the possible. In this context, the astronaut could be seen as a metaphor for Yuvi himself – a cultural explorer navigating the vast expanse of human creativity and expression.

The vibrant collage that surrounds the astronaut is a testament to Yuvi's skillful blend of various artistic elements. The inclusion of iconic images and characters, from Sonic the Hedgehog to the British red telephone box, not only adds a touch of nostalgia but also speaks to the global tapestry of cultural icons that have shaped our collective consciousness. The phrases interwoven throughout the piece, such as "ART" sprawled across London’s skyline, act as signposts, guiding the viewer through Yuvi's personal commentary on the art world and its place within the broader cultural landscape.

Yuvi's choice of materials further enriches the narrative of 'To The Moon And Back'. The use of paint, printed paper cuttings, old newspaper clippings, silk screen prints, inks, spray paints, sand, and glass fragments creates a tactile experience that invites the viewer to look closer. Each material adds its own voice to the chorus, contributing to the overall texture and depth of the piece. This layered approach not only enhances the visual impact of the artwork but also symbolizes the complexity of the themes Yuvi explores.

'To The Moon And Back' is a compelling invitation to reflect on the role of art in society and the ways in which cultural icons shape our understanding of the world. It is a celebration of creativity, a critique of contemporary culture, and a call to explore the unknown. As viewers, we are encouraged to embark on this journey with Yuvi, to question, to discover, and to appreciate the beauty and complexity of the world around us.

In conclusion, 'To The Moon And Back' is not just a piece of art; it is a vibrant, thought-provoking exploration of the human experience. Yuvi's ability to weave together diverse elements into a cohesive and impactful narrative is a testament to his talent and vision. This artwork is a must-have for collectors and art enthusiasts alike, offering endless opportunities for contemplation and conversation.

UK Delivery
We offer free shipping on all online orders or collection from one of our galleries if this is more convenient for you.

Items over £5,000 will usually be delivered by our own white glove service, items below this amount are delivered by DPD.

Orders will usually be received in 2-3 weeks, we will contact you after you have placed your online order to confirm the details and delivery information.

 

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International delivery is available for an additional cost, please contact our client service team for more information.

 

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To The Moon And Back

Yuvi
Limited Edition
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