a Neo-Expressionist painting
31.5 W x 39.3 H / 80 x 100 cm
Enamel, Spray Paint, Oil Pastel, Oil Stick
This colorful painting is stretched, wired and ready to hang. The sides of this mixed-media artwork are painted, and it does not require framing.
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About this painting
"N3stcafe Society" and Corporate Ideals
A striking painting by Diego Tirigall prompts deep thoughts about the relationship between appearances and reality. The painting features a rough sketch of a well-known instant coffee brand logo with words "N3stcafe Society" beneath it. This serves as a powerful symbol of the illusions that society and corporate ideals can create.
The Illusion of High-Quality Coffee
The painting highlights the gap between the promise of high-quality coffee and the reality of mass-produced, preservative-filled coffee packaged in an industrial jar. The large axe that cuts through the words "N3stcafe Society" symbolizes the destruction of these false promises and the consequences of pretending to be something one is not. The red coffee jar, adorned with the classic symbol of justice, underlines the tension between convenience and authenticity.
Warhol's Iconic Style
The artist, Diego Tirigall, likely pays homage to Warhol's iconic style while also offering his own commentary on the subject. The use of a rough sketch of a logo, rather than Warhol's precise silkscreens, adds depth and complexity to the artwork and its message. The painting invites the viewer to consider the ways in which consumer choices shape society and values and the importance of embracing one's true self.
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