Guy Hepner is pleased to announce our first collaborative release with renowned urban artist Mr Brainwash. The work created references Andy Warhol, depicting his famed cow motif, one of the most important American artists and a big influence in Mr Brainwash’s oeuvre.
You Can Get What You Give will be available as a standard 30 x 22 inch print in a limited edition of 50 plus 8 artists proofs. Mr Brainwash will also offer the image in a unique hand finished variation on paper and a framed canvas edition.
You Get What You Give by Mr. Brainwash
Mr. Brainwash approaches art by creating a cross between pop art and graffiti. He lives by the motto that anything is possible in the art world saying, “Art has no walls. Anybody can be an artist. Art has no rules. There’s no manual.”
Please contact [email protected] for further details, pre-sale inquiries and additional options from Mr Brainwash.
This image is exclusive to the gallery and will only be available from Guy Hepner.
About Mr Brainwash
Mr. Brainwash (MBW) is the pseudonym for the graffiti street artist Thierry Guetta. Mr. Brainwash was born in France in 1966. Rising to prominence due to a heavily hyped exhibition and a Banksy-directed documentary entitled, “Exit Through the Gift Shop,” the French artist Mr. Brainwash was once a clothing store owner named Thierry Guetta. He came to the United States with his family years before he would become one of contemporary art’s largest and most confusing personalities.Originally a videographer, Mr. Brainwash began his career in 1999 documenting the lives and artwork of various graffiti street artists such as Banksy and Shepard Fairey. Mr. Brainwash has collected hours of footage often risking his own neck. Mr. Brainwash’s uniformly subversive style fuses historic pop imagery and contemporary cultural iconography to create a unique pop art – graffiti hybrid. The development of Mr.Brainwash’s style has catapulted Brainwash to international stardom. Mr. Brainwash’s graffiti -styled art has continued to garner recognition from art collectors and street art enthusiasts alike.